PMI Portland Chapter is partnering with INTERFACE conference
PMI Portland Chapter is partnering up with INTERFACE conference in Portland on March 10, 2016 at the Oregon Convention Center. As a member of PMI Portland Chapter, you can attend for FREE! Please use the link below to reserve your spot now:
There will be a panel discussion sponsored by PMI Portland Chapter. Here is a brief description:
"I manage IT Projects. How can I become a better project manager?"
Project Managers are expected to be Leaders on our projects without direct Authority. That said, does a project manager with more Leadership skills have a better chance at advancing in their career. Does stronger Leadership skills determine how successful one can manage projects?
According to Projecttimes.com, the Top 10 Leadership Qualities of a Project Manager are:
- Inspires a Shared Vision
- A Good Communicator
- Competence and Confidence
- Ability to Delegate Task
- Cool Under Pressure
- Team Building Skills
- Problem Solving Skill
This event gives folks the opportunity to discuss and ask questions on Leadership skills and how it can determine how far one’s career can grow in Project Management. The panel discussion will be an open forum to provide knowledge sharing opportunities to uncover issues, concerns and challenges encountered when trying to become better Project Managers on projects without direct authority. The session will also give an opportunity to talk about various certifications and key skills and requirements for passing those exams.
Don’t miss out!