PMI® Leadership Institute Meeting 2019—EMEA Keynote Speakers Announced
Join us in Dublin, Ireland at the PMI® Leadership Institute Meeting 2019—EMEA and learn how two inspiring leaders in their fields overcame challenges to be an inspiration for the next generation in science and world exploration. Dr. Maggie Aderin-Peacock, one of Britain’s best known space scientists will be the opening keynote on Friday, 10 May. Find out how Maggie is responsible for bringing the science of space to the masses.
The closing keynote speaker is best known for leading one of the most ambitious polar expeditions in a century. Ben Saunders will show you how to fully commit to a vision in order to maximize your chance of success and offers tips on training, preparedness and teamwork in his presentation Turning Ideas intoAction.
Applications for the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class 2020 Now Being Accepted
PMI is now accepting applications for the Leadership Institute Master Class (LIMC) of 2020. LIMC is a year-long journey of learning and self-discovery. Detailed information about the PMI Leadership Institute Master Class program, schedule and eligibility are available. The deadline to submit the online application is 31 March 2019; there are no exceptions. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
Two Opportunities – 2019 Call for Proposals!
PMI® Leadership Institute Meeting 2019—North America
We are accepting presentation proposals for the PMI® Leadership Institute Meeting 2019—North America. The meeting will take place 3–5 October 2019 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. All presentation proposals should be focused and applicable to the skills, discipline and opportunities required to lead PMI chapters. The submission deadline is Monday, 4 March 2019 (11:59 p.m. EST).
PMI® Global Conference 2019
As a seasoned project management practitioner, you have been helping make modern marvels possible for some time. Now’s your chance to help others do the same—by sharing your expertise with fellow practitioners at PMI® Global Conference 2019. This year’s event will be held from 5–7 October 2019 in Philadelphia, PA. Learn more and submit a presentation proposal today! All proposals must be submitted online by the deadline of 6 March 2019 (5:00 p.m. EST).
2019 Chapter Leader Orientation is Now On Demand
All sessions, including recordings of the live webcast from the 2019 Chapter Leader Orientation, are now available on demand. Log in to the 2019 Chapter Leader Orientation any time to learn about chapter governance, leadership skills, why membership is everybody’s business and so much more. Check out the two newest modules on volunteer engagement and chapter finance. Log in or register today at Orientation.PMI.org.
New Video Series Explores the Pace of Digital Disruption
Senior PMI leaders and representatives from PMI’s Global Executive Council recently appeared in a video series sponsored by World Finance. The videos cover a range of topic areas, including discussions on the importance of executive sponsorship and how organizations can leverage the full range of project approaches on the value-delivery landscape. Check out the videos about how digital transformation is impacting the project management profession, and PMI’s own transformation journey, as we approach our 50th anniversary.
Last Call for PMI Professional and Research & Academic Awards Nominations
Time is running out to recognize project management excellence. The call for nominations will close on 1 March. Read more about the nominations by going to the awards page on PMI.org.
Check Out Our Podcast Projectified™ with PMI – Now on Spotify!
By now, you and your chapter members probably know about Projectified™ with PMI, our official podcast series highlighting solutions to daily problems, best practices and expert advice on advancing careers in project management. But did you know that the podcast is now available on Spotify along with several other convenient listening options? Choose the best option for you and listen free anytime at PMI.org/Podcast.
PMIEF Announces Refreshed Strategic Direction: What Chapter Leaders Need to Know
The PMIEF board has decided to narrow its strategic focus in order to make a greater impact and provide increased value. To better understand and communicate this new youth-driven vision, you can refer to the strategic overview. This handbook helps answer questions like: Why is the PMIEF strategy evolving? Why youth? How do nonprofits play a role? We hope you’ll become informed advocates to help PMIEF use project management to inspire youth around the globe to reach their goals. Learn more!