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PMI Talent Triangle: Power Skills

Hey, IMPACT Driver!  

Did you know that currently only 26.7% of tech jobs are filled by women? The majority of those are entry-level positions, which means an even smaller percentage of women are in leadership roles in the industry.   

All too often, women find themselves struggling to balance personal and professional demands, lacking the necessary support to thrive in their careers. I know this all too well, spending many of my earlier years working in PMOs and building my company as a single mom!  

Some would say that the odds are stacked against women in the workplace, but I’m not OK with that.   

What can we do to fix this problem and give everyone the support they need to thrive in the workplace?   

In this episode, IMPACT Summit speaker and a Certified Enterprise Agile Coach (CEC) with the Scrum Alliance, Apriel Biggs, and I will have an honest conversation about women in project leadership. She will share empowering insights from her career that will help you overcome any setbacks you may face in the professional world.   

This podcast episode isn’t only for women! It’s for anyone who wants to create opportunities for their teams to thrive. In fact, you might be surprised by what I share regarding how I was treated in the workplace by men and women.   

Check it out now 

Enjoy!  

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P.S. International PMO Day is just around the corner. That’s right, on Tuesday, May 14th, 2024, we’ll be celebrating the vital role that Project Management Offices play in organizations across the globe. Reserve your seat today and learn more about how you can participate!

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Warmly,

Laura Barnard