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How to Make Good Decisions for Your Career

Thursday, July 7th

Nothing is written in stone. You are beholden to yourself, no one else.”

Whether it’s in the forefront of your mind, or a meandering thought on the back burner, it’s likely you’ve asked yourself as a project manager, “what’s next?”. Project Management gives you very foundational, important experience in organizing yourself and getting you set up for success in other roles. In this session, DPM Expert, Patrice Embry, covers:

  • What’s the next step after PM
  • Where do you want go after PM?
  • Why might you want to leave your current role?
  • And more general career discussion like salaries and what to look for in job postings and the dark side of job perks

Guests

Patrice Embry
Freelance Project Manager and PM Consultant, Certified ScrumMaster

I'm Patrice Embry, a freelance digital project manager and Certified ScrumMaster. After 20 years in the field, I've been fortunate to work for agencies, corporations, and everything in between. My clients have spanned far and wide across verticals - pharmaceutical, finance, construction, ecommerce, race cars, you name it. My client roster includes Exxon Mobile, Merck HCP Education, Lundbeck Pharma, ACLU, Anti-Defamation League, GS1, SEI Investments, Simple Finance, and many more. I've worked on large scale websites, mobile apps, CRM and CMS systems, even print! I'm passionate about project management philosophy - it shapes what I do every day. My website is http://patrice-embry.com, and you can find me on Twitter @patrice108.

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  • Instant access to expert-crafted templates to save you time.
  • Workshops, mentorship, and community support to grow your career.
  • Ebooks to guide you through the PM role.

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