Life is rarely static, and new circumstances and environments can take something previously manageable and familiar—and slowly turn it upside down without you even noticing. Such is the case with this project manager's recent health wake-up call.
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Not every career can be a string of never-ending successes culminating in the “perfect” job. Sometimes, careers experience significant setbacks. But we must recognize how those moments present opportunities for growth.
¡Haz de este el año en el que seas voluntario! Puede descubrir nuevas formas de crecer profesionalmente, pero es posible que tenga muchas preguntas y dudas. Aquí cubrimos algunos comunes para ayudarle a comenzar su viaje hacia la realización.
If you’ve ever thought about leaving the project management profession, don't rush any decision. Here are five things to consider if you’re at a career crossroads.
Are you a graceful recipient of feedback? How can you be a better feedback recipient and mine the best nuggets out of the feedback you receive? Consider these nine points.
If the pressures of the job increase and become the norm, it can be easy for project managers to become insensitive to mental wellness issues that could be manifesting in their team—and themselves. It doesn't have to be this way.
Project leaders must leverage evolving automation to create opportunities to deliver strategic value to key stakeholders. Instead of fearing artificial intelligence, we should all embrace it and become even more irreplaceable.
Having a clear and intentional mindset when evaluating career choices helps ensure you are making a better-informed decision using those criteria that are most important to you. Take the time to understand the criteria—and use it when you’re faced with your next opportunity.
A career in project management is a marathon, not a sprint. When you are looking for that next contract or opportunity, it’s important to leverage all of your experience and not just focus on the buzzwords of the moment.
Mental health awareness has come a long way over the past 20 years, but several indicators show mental health difficulties are widespread and costly. In what ways can we approach mental health as a project manager?