I am now certified as Scrum Master via the Scrum Alliance.
Yet all I keep getting in the line of job possibilities is System Admin positions, any way I can get the recruiters to actually look at my Resume and Cover Letter instead of just scanning for matching words?
Enhance Yourself With Charm
Charm is simply defined as the power or quality of giving delight or arousing admiration. Given it's alluring quality, charm is something that could benefit all of us.
What is the most important quality to possess when trying to win someone over, whether in business or in your personal life? It's charm, the ability to create extraordinary rapport with anyone, and make him or her feel truly exceptional in your…
This is a group that meets on the first Wednesday of most months. Despite the name, we meet in Troy, Michigan, which is about 20 miles north of Detroit. We discuss project management topics - often issues we've experienced in managing a project. And it counts toward continuing education for the PMP or CAPM certifications. If you're interested, feel free to contact me or see https://project-management.wikia.com/wiki/Project_Management_Mentors_…
That if they're not there to wrk hard and be friendly then it's not the job for them
Got a order mixed up
My advice is if you can avoid avoid, it is not a good company to work with.
My biggest mistake was not realizing that the company had no operational support in my region, leaving well to wish the customer service, being in my charge to respond for problems, whose qyal I had already informed the solution. so it was eroding the relationship with the company.
As a Project Manager it is always a challenge to balance all the aspects of the Job role, tasks, schedule and budget, But it is a Role that you have to be built in and love to perform. It is challenging and never boring, Building teams and sharing and learning new skills is the foundation of PM role. Responsibilities, challenges, focus, people skills, communication and negotiation are some of the abundance of skill set required by a PM . But it…
I am currently transitioning out of the military and cannot find an IT Project Management position in D.C. or NYC. I have applied several places and sent my resume. Any advice to get a call back?
I am currently working at a large high tech corporation and am actively searching for new opportunities. I have an MBA, am certified in Transition Change Management as well as 20+ years in a high profile project management roles