Mar 2017 Chapter Meeting: Managing Your Career

Managing your Career – finding your next opportunity

Do you wonder how to manage your career or understand the steps to take to find your dream job?  Do you wonder if your project management skills will work in a new industry? 

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This discussion will take a project management approach by utilizing a work breakdown structure to help you find the new you.  Topics include:

  • Resume and Cover Letters
  • Networking
  • Interviewing
  • The Offer
  • Starting and applying project management

Managing your career requires self-confidence, ability to sell your skills, and negotiation.  We will also discuss what happens when you land that next job with a new company or industry.

Presenter: Gregory D. Dallari, PMP, SCPM     

Greg is a project manager, consultant, and educator.  He started out at IBM as a systems analyst and worked his way up the corporate ladder to be a program manager for z/OS becoming PMI certified in 2005, Stanford Certified in 2007, IBM Senior Certified in 2009, and IBM Executive Certified in 2012.  In 2015, Greg made the transition to the health care industry by joining Siemens as a Project Management Specialist - Core Team Leader focused on improving world health by managing in vitro diagnostic product development.  Greg has also taught various project management and information systems courses at Marist College.

When Greg is not busy being a project manager or teaching you can find him in the woods hiking with his family, watching his daughters dance or at a Giants game.

PDUs: 1 Strategic PDU
 
Location: Longobardi's Italian Restaurant, Wappingers Falls, NY
 
Cost:
$12.00 Chapter Members
$15.00 Non Chapter Members

Event Properties

Event Date 03-28-2017 6:00 pm
Event End Date 03-28-2017 7:30 pm
Registration Start Date 02-14-2017 8:00 am
Cut off date 03-28-2017 12:00 pm
Individual Price $15.00
Location
Longobardi's Italian Restaurant
1574 U.S. 9 Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 United States
Longobardi's Italian Restaurant
$15.00
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