6 real project managers share their tips for getting a work/life balance. Read on to find out how you can use their tips to get more time, delegate more effectively and reframe your priorities to do more of what matters.
Going up isn’t your only option when it comes to getting a new job. You can find fulfilling (and better paid) work by taking a sideways step. Find out what the career experts have to say about shunning the promotion and taking a new role in another area.
Learn how to manage your transition back to the workplace after maternity leave with these 5 tips for making your return to work easier.
This is a guest post by Michelle Symonds, on behalf of Parallel Project Training. Clearly, men and women are different and deal with situations differently in the workplace. The skills that they naturally excel at rarely coincide and it is the innate talents of women that help to make them better project managers than men….
The tip that has helped me most throughout my career is knowing that I have options. You have to work to get options, but once you have a strategy for your exit, you can face every difficult day at work with choices. That’s helped me get through many challenging projects.
On International Women’s Day I wanted to share some tips from the fabulous women in project management whom I have interviewed on this blog. Here are 15 amazing career tips that will help you build your career.
I shared some really personal issues about my role as a project manager and so many of you reached out to let me know that I am not alone. Here is some of your thoughts and advice.
Have a very merry project management Christmas with this shopping guide for project managers and your team members.
Why are people leaving project management? And what’s life like if you decide to quit?
Here are 3 things you can do to create an environment where closing the gender pay gap for women in project management will seem possible.
Getting taken seriously at the office is something that you can work on. It isn’t always easy to build a sense of gravitas (especially when faced with more senior colleagues) but you can get better at coming across in a way that makes people take you more seriously. Here’s how to do it.
An interview with Rachel Mata, Lead Project Manager at Instructor Brandon in Bogatá, Colombia.