Upcoming Meetings

    Jun 9

    PMP/CAPM Prep - June 9 - July 2

    Instructor-led Training

    Jun 25

    Lunch & Learn - Preparing the Application for the PMP Exam

    Learn how to prepare a successful PMP application


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                                      Due To COVID-19
                           The June Meeting Will Be Virtual
                           Zoom Details To Follow
                           Members Are Free to Attend
                           Guests Tickets are $5.00



    June 10

    6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

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    Jasmin NUHIC Presents:

    "Leaders Develop First".  This is about what does it take for a leader (people leader, manager, director, etc) to develop him/herself AND what is needed in order to coach his/her employees (or peers and mentees) to create their own EXECUTABLE professional development plan...It is about others.

    Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States of America, said, “The best way to predict [your] future is to create it.”

    With 86% of professionals not knowing how to create and execute their professional individual development plans, combined with the fact that the second most frequent reason for professionals leaving the organization is more than enough to tell you that your professional future is very much unpredictable. On top of that, 78% of professionals are not clear whose responsibility is to develop them, which ultimately creates implicit conflict and frustration between the managers and employees.
    To address these issues, to be able to predict your professional future, you have to create and execute your executable individual development plan. In another word, you have to take responsibility for your development,
    learn how to go about doing it, and surround yourself with the appropriate support network. You also have to know what are the major obstacles to your progress and what to do about each of them.
    The nine steps process of creating your executable individual development plan provides you with a roadmap that starts and ends with the individual development plan. It is a process that guides you step by step towards your plan – towards reaching your full potential and achieving career objectives.

    Jasmin NUHIC is author of “Leaders Develop First“ and “It Starts and Ends with EIDP” as well as their corresponding Workbooks - all focused on helping professionals and people leaders alike create their EXECUTABLE individual development plans as well as coach others to do so.

    He is a passionate speaker, coach, and facilitator on professional development.
    Jasmin obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Science and holds two Masters 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.

    Zoom Details To Follow

    May 13, 2020 


    $0.00 Member Registration

    $5.00 Non-Member Registration

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    PMI Memphis is proud to partner with Velociteach, the publisher of our great Andy Crowe PMP/CAPM prep materials, to bring two certification prep boot camps to PMI Memphis members and guests. Register for the PMI-ACP (Agile Certified Practicioner) or the PMI-RMP (Risk Management Professional) or both. They are separate courses, both held the same week. Read more HERE...

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    PMI Memphis

    The Memphis, Tennessee Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) was chartered in March of 1999 as a part of Region 14.  Region 14 consists of 19,852 members in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, Jamaica, and Trinidad/Tobago.  There are 24 chapters, ranging in size from 120 (Savannah and Columbus, GA Chapters) to 4864 (Atlanta Chapter).  Since the original charter date, the chapter has rapidly grown to a membership of over 500. Remember, all chapters exist for only one reason, to serve YOU, our members.