Over the last four years, I’ve written, spoke and created educational offerings for many clients to spark conversations around some very engaging and emerging topics in all key tenets of the PMI Triangle.: Leadership, Strategic Partnerships and Business and Management. Here are some highlights of a few of my webinars on ITMPI, ProjectManager.com and Workfront.
Transform Your Project Leadership: ITMPI
Are you ready to “Light your Torch” and “Transform Your Project Leadership”? Unpack the secrets to thrive in life and your careers, gain insights into how to pick a coach, mentor or sponsor, and enhance your leadership competencies.
The Self Aware Project Manager: ProjectManagement.com/ITMPI/ProjectManager.com
Are you able to consistently deliver, on time and within budget, projects that meet or exceed stakeholders' expectations? Learn skills leaders need today to manage their projects more effectively, tips to promote project success and a call to action.
Project Are Easy; Change is Hard:ProjectManagement.com/ITMPI
Project Management is creating value by delivering results and outcomes through people. This seminar session will uncover reasons for project challenges with change, offer tips for strategic approaches for project success and a framework to define success for projects in your portfolio.
5 Secret Killers of Your PMO: Workfront
Discuss the latest research, trends and challenges facing PMOs. Learn about the evolving PMO, making improvements in key processes, increasing the value of PMO to the organization, and why it's important to stay in touch with the business.
Feedback from the Community - Hear What Others Are Saying
Self Aware Project Manager – Available on demand. Earn 1 PDU at ProjectManagement.com
This webinar how has almost 12,000 views and continues to clearly be a timely topic for professionals and credential holders.
“This is a very important subject. So many get into the project management role (by accident or purposefully) and become very surprised what it entails to deal with so many different personalities coming together in a quick manner and have to work smoothly from beginning to end. Everyone can be losing their minds, but the PM must be the voice of reason, the calm in the storm...almost perfect. You lose it, they lose it...and you're heading for epic failure. It's almost as if the PM has to have a psychology degree because getting a group of people together that aren't continually pushed/trained to rein in their OWN emotions demand you be on your toes at all times. If you don't know yourself, how in the heck can you ever lead another back to the path of sucess. Great topic. Thanks!” – Celeste Cunningham
Advice for Women in Project Management - Top 20 Blog Article at ProjectManager.com
Women in Project Management is a blog series that I’m grateful to contribute to annual to coincide with Women’s History Month. This article was noted by ProjectManager.com as one of 2016/2017 best blog articles of the year.
“One of the most useful we published for one of the most underserved members of our community was a piece on women articles who lead projects. They’re out there, and they’re not going away. It’s still a hard road for women in the industry, but one that is getting easier thanks to trailblazers who have come back from the field with the experience to provide necessary advice for those coming up in project management.” - excerpt from “Top 20 Project Management Blog/Video Posts of the Year - Peter Landau, Content Editor at ProjectManager.com.
You can find my blogs and contributions at ProjectManagement.com, ProjectManager.com, Workfront.com and other links at NaomiCaietti.com.
NAOMI CAIETTI, PMP, CTM