Project Management Institute Chicagoland Chapter Celebrates National Mentoring Month with a Project Management Improvisation Workshop this Weekend

A fantastic, interactive Improvisation Workshop designed specifically for Project Managers is taking place this coming Saturday, Jan 18th at DePaul O'Hare campus, Chicago. This is a free event for PMI Chicagoland Chapter members to celebrate Mentoring Month 2014.

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PMI Chicagoland Chapter

"PMI Chicagoland Mentorship offers practical, quality learning opportunities for project managers at every career level and development stage in the chapter." Louisa J. Kim, PMP, Director of Mentorship, PMI Chicagoland.

Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) January 16, 2014

PMI Chicagoland, the Chicago chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) will celebrate and promote National Mentoring Month by providing a special event in honor of the Chapter Mentorship Alumni this weekend.

An Improvisation Workshop designed specifically for project managers will be led by PMI Chicagoland Mentorship Alumni Representative, Bettina Davey. Register now for this workshop taking place this coming Saturday, January 18th at 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM at the DePaul O'Hare Campus, 8770 W Bryn Mawr Avenue, Room 205, Chicago, IL 60631 (map). This location is transit accessible via CTA Blue Line - Cumberland stop and is also conveniently located near I-90 & Cumberland. This is a Free Event to all PMI Chicagoland members in good standing. Participants will receive 2.5 PDU credits for attending. Attire is business casual.

This is an event not to be missed as attendees will actively learn improvisation techniques to add to your mentoring and project management skills.

*** Space is limited for this workshop.***
Please register for this event online at the PMI Chicagoland events page or click here. Register today to avoid disappointment. Registration will be closing on Friday 17th at 12noon. No walk-ins permitted.

PMI Chicagoland Mentorship Program helps Chapter members learn from one another through a Mentor -Mentee relationship. The program provides experienced PMI professionals an opportunity to mentor and gain mentoring experience. It also offers mentees an opportunity to ask questions and learn one-on-one with a mentor. Learn more about benefits, prerequisites and steps in the application process as well as additional background material on this program by contacting the Director of Mentorship at mentoring(at)pmi-chicagoland(dot)org or go online to PMI Chicagoland Chapter website.


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