Professional Development Plans and Headshots

    In the March 2018 chapter meeting, attendees will be able to buy, at a very low cost, a professional headshot for use on LinkedIn profiles or CVs. Our speaker, Jasmin Nuhic, will share his expertise on creating and executing individual development plans (IDPs).

    Jasmin Nuhic

    March 21st Dinner Meeting
    Crescent Club, 6pm - 7:45pm


    On March 21st, PMI Memphis will host guest speaker Jasmin Nuhic who will speak on the topic of his most recent book: "It Starts and Ends with eIDP - Create your development plan; No one else should!"

    Topic Description:
    The presentation and talk will be based on research, education, experiences covered in recently published book on professional development. Details his presentation will include reason why people do not have professional developments, the 9 steps of creating and executing your individual development plan, and finally some of the pitfalls in execution of professional development plans. The event is intended to be interactive and will be followed by the book-signing by the author/speaker.

    About the speaker / author:
    Jasmin NUHIC is a people leader, passionate author, speaker, facilitator, and coach. He obtained his Bachelor degree in Science and holds two Master degrees in Business and Executive Leadership. He is certified in Coaching, Ethical Leadership, and Cross-Cultural Intelligence. He has global experience in leading and developing individuals and teams. Jasmin is interested in helping others reach their full potential and achieve their career objectives. Connect with Jasmin on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.

     About MY eIDP:
    “We help individuals, teams and organizations create and execute their Executable Individual Development Plans, through which they can reach their full potential and career objectives. This inspires us and drives us in our path! Think about it, you can spend your dollars on anything from communication skills to management techniques or you can spend them on developing your employees – your greatest assets. Research shows that over 85% of employees (individual contributors and leaders / managers) to not know how do it. Our Executable Individual Development Plan coaching, workshops and keynotes can help you address your need of developing your greatest assets." Visit us on: Contact us:

    Hard Facts about Soft Skills

    Meet Amy Ware at the PMI Memphis monthly chapter meeting, February 21, at the Crescent Club. She will present the Hard Facts about Soft Skills. Regardless of the industry, soft skills in the workplace are a must. From being a team player, to managing your personal brand, professional behavior is essential in advancing your career. Through this session, you will learn more about what soft skills are, as well as identify how well you are currently using these skills through interactive discussion and assessment. Register Now

    More about Amy

    Amy Ware has served as the Director of Career Services at Christian Brothers University (CBU) in Memphis, TN since January 2013.  During her first year at CBU, she developed an Academic Internship Program for the entire campus, a Career Planning course for credit, and initiated a complete rebranding campaign for the office.  She previously held the position of Associate Director at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN for 8 years.  Amy has also worked as Assistant Director of the Career Center at the University of Georgia, and serves as an Adjunct Instructor of Psychology at ASU Mid-South.  She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from The University of Mississippi and a Master of Science in Counseling and Student Personnel Services from The University of Memphis.

    Amy is actively involved in professional associations, at the state, regional and national levels.  She has served as President of TACE (Tennessee Association of Colleges and Employers), and has been on the Board of Directors for SoACE (Southern Association of Colleges and Employers), serving as the Director of Diversity & Inclusion.  She also serves on committees for the National Association of Colleges and Employers and the Cooperative Education and Internship Association.

    Pass Your PMP before March 26

    The PMP Exam is Changing - March 26, 2018


    Have you started to study for the PMP exam under PMBOK5 and you just haven't passed the exam yet?  We want to help you achieve that goal and earn your PMP credentials before the exam changes to PMBOK6 format on March 26, 2018.


    For people needing in-class instruction with a chance to ask questions of instructors or class administrators and to build study groups with fellow students, register for our January class. Here is more information about that.


    For people who have taken our class before, but just haven't managed to take the test yet, you have until March 26 to take and pass the exam. If you need to renew your Velociteach keys for online materials (either Pass the PMP with videos and 500-question test bank) or 200-question test simulations, follow this link to get discounted keys.