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The Struggle We All Know

You work late. You juggle too many projects. You’re supposed to find time for learning, podcasts, books and other resources to get ahead in your career. Oh yeah, and then apparently some people have something called… social lives? Honestly, who has the time?


A Guided Path by Those Who’ve Walked It

As it turns out, some people have been through the same struggles and come out the other side. So we sat down with five top-tier PMs who shared their candid journeys, the choices they made (and didn’t), the questions they asked, and most importantly, the lessons they learned. Their revelations? Surprisingly relatable while strikingly revolutionary.

The Thought Leaders


Bill Dow

Director of Enterprise PMO, University of Washington Medicine


Susanne Madsen

Executive Coach, Leadership Facilitator, Speaker, Award-winning author of “The Power of Project Leadership”


Peter Taylor

VP: Global PMO and Methodology, Ceridian


Elizabeth Harrin

Author of Managing Multiple Projects, APM Fellow, Project Manager, Mentor


Sonaya Williams

Systems Strategist, Operations Expert, Founder of The CEO Partner

Your Gain from Their Game

Get ready for a transformative experience:



Decipher the intricacies of the PM realm, from resource management to stakeholder communication.


Actionable Insights:

Discover tried-and-true strategies for taking charge of your career trajectory. These aren’t abstract theories; they’re proven and you can put them to work today.


Emotional Resilience:

There’s comfort in knowing you’re not alone. Feel the camaraderie, the shared experiences, the universal nods of agreement.