Learn how the workplace affects project managers’ stress levels and what you can do about it.
Here is my virtual team gift-giving guide for the project managers and team members in your life.
In this article I’ll share some tips on how I asked for part-time hours and how you can do the same.
Learn how to plan and execute a handover at work with these 10 simple steps.
Learn 5 steps to convincing your boss that not being in the office is a good idea along with examples to use in your proposal.
As 2019 comes to a close, I would like to take a moment and reflect on the year and thank everyone that has made a Girl’s Guide to Project Management a success this year. It is always one of my favorite parts of the year.
Jerry Ihejirika talks about finding his dream job, even after an accident gave him a lot of time in hospital to think about what he really wanted from a career. Inspiring reading! Especially if you have ever wondered about taking the jump in a different professional direction.
Six women share their tips for making a comeback at work after maternity leave. Research shows women can lose their earning power when they take time out to have children, so planning your return to work (as far as you can) will make you feel more confident about turning up to the office again.
As regular readers will know, I’ve been on maternity leave since January, and I’m now easing myself back into work. I spoke to Janice Haddon, a coach and management consultant who specialises in helping people return to work successfully (amongst other things). This is what she had to say about returning to work after a…
These 5 tips will have you managing your workload and creating your perfect work/life integration. Find out how to deal with constant stream of information in your job. Learn how to manage your interruptions for work/life balance.
In this video I ask nine project managers how they deal with a bad day at work. Their answers might surprise you! How do you deal with a bad day? Leave a comment to let us know! With thanks to Todd, Samad, Nathaniel, Cindy, Adrienne, Cornelius, Taryn, Dave and Melanie. Filmed on location at PMI…
Last week, the BCS’s Project Eye blogged about the low numbers of women entering science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) to pursue careers. Project and program management is still required in this fields – so given that women choose project management as a career, why aren’t they choosing it in STEM areas? I’ve teamed up…