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PM Your Own Self

Friday, May 20th

note: our PM for Self Sessions in April, May and June will not be recorded

Interested in joining for 2 hours on a Friday afternoon to do some heads-down work on “ourselves”?

It’s 2022, we’re busy, and we tend to forget to champion our own professional goals, thoughts, intentions, etc. Let’s dedicate time to exploring the “what if’s” professionally, or celebrating your wins on paper.

Things one would do in that time include, but are not limited to:

  • Updating your LinkedIn
  • Updating your Resume
  • Writing SMART Goals for your career path
  • Reaching out to ask for references
  • Making a professional vision board
  • The list goes on

Agenda:

  • We hop on a Zoom call
  • Share your name and intention for the session
  • We remain on the call while we work on that intention (cameras optional)
  • We conclude by sharing what we accomplished in the time
  • The end

We’ll be hosting one session per month from April – June so you can make this a monthly goal and stay aligned with your professional goals.

Guests

Robyn Birkedal

I’m Robyn, a Portland, OR based digital project manager. I’ve been in the industry for the past 10 years and have produced a wide swath of digital efforts including websites, product UX/UI, digital experiences, social, and even a national broadcast spot. I hate bitmojis and pickled herring. I love memes and charcuterie. Outside of that, I’m a mom and probably the world’s most lazy crossfitter.

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