If you want to start a career of a Project Manager, you’re a Team Leader or an accidental manager looking to get the first job as a Professional PM while fulfilling your leadership potential then you already know that you need to learn the basics of project management.

There's no need for me to convince you that you'll need to know project management to pass an interview.

After all, you probably already KNOW that you need to create a CV of a perfect candidate for a role of a PM and knowledge of practical aspects of project management will allow you to highlight what recruiters want to see.

You’ve probably also heard that “on an annualized basis, employers will need to fill nearly 2.2 MILLION new project-oriented roles each year through 2027”.

It looks like the role of a Project Manager will be in a rising demand for a long time. [Image from Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap Report // 2017-2027]

Here’s what you might not know about being a Project Manager

Even if you're lucky to have a well-paid job being a Project Manager has additional benefits:

You do something new every day

For many years I had a feeling that there’s a new challenge every day. You come to work, and there’s another puzzle to solve. You never get bored. It never feels like a routine.

Even when it looks like you mastered everything - a new project begins with a different set of problems to overcome.

You're in control

Let’s face it. There are bad managers and bad leaders. But you are not one of them. In fact, as a project manager, you can make work enjoyable for you and your team.

You don’t need to follow processes you don’t find valuable. You don’t need writing those reports that no one reads. You're making the decisions.

You can make it better!

You impact lives!

You impact the lives of your team members by helping them with their career, by coaching them, by setting higher standards. You see them grow and develop. Their successes become your successes.

But also you impact lives with the products and services you create. Projects are short and result oriented. Several months of hard work end up in tangible results that you can be proud of. Clients and users send you “Thank You” emails for your work. Your job is meaningful.

You have extensive career opportunities

First, Junior Project Manager. Then, mid-level, senior PM, delivery manager, account manager, portfolio manager, program manager, department manager and up to a CEO. So, starting a career of a project manager may lead you far beyond your current dreams.

Understand this:

After finishing each project, you have tangible and measurable results to show. You literally can ask for a salary review project after project.

Even though the reasons to pursue the career of a Project Manager are obvious the path to doing it successfully is anything but…

Become a Project Manager? Cool

But where the heck do I start?

 

Perhaps you already researched the job market of project managers.

You googled job opportunities or looked for them in LinkedIn.

If you’re super committed, you went through hundreds of job descriptions to find at least one or two where you meet the requirements.

You read articles and watched videos on how to write a CV. (Hopefully a CV of a project manager). You spent several days to update your resume.

With all your desire and commitment you reach out to several dozens of recruiters and… crickets. They don’t even reply to say, “Sorry, we have selected another candidate for this role.”

Here’s why most candidates will be in the same spot the next year:

Without a clear understanding of PRACTICAL steps to managing a project in a real world most would-be-PMs never pass an interview. Or even get to a one.

They waste time, money, and efforts to get advertised certifications that do not help in getting a job at this level. With the lack of clarity they continue to position themselves as great engineers, artists, or marketers but not as capable managers or leaders.

Here’s why you delay your promotion to a Project Manager

You already have enough on your plate with a full-time job and family commitments. You can’t afford wasting time aimlessly learning all about project management.

And the moment you get your first rejects you get discouraged. It feels like you did it all wrong and for nothing.

Therefore, to become a project manager, you need guidance and mentoring.

And luckily for you, there are actually VERY FEW candidates doing it right.

Your competition for the role of a project manager is an army of cloned CVs.

Which means…

Even if you failed several times already, there’s still an opportunity for you to stand out of that crowd.

That is… if you stop making the same critical mistakes other candidates are making.

The Four Reasons Why Most Candidates Fail to Become a Project Manager

(And how to avoid them)

 

Reason 1: You rely too much on PM Certifications

I get it.

Google says you need a project management certificate like PMI’s CAPM or PRINCE2.

It looks like a valid shortcut.

But here’s the truth:

All these certifications enhance and systemize the experience you already have.

But you don’t have the experience yet. There’s nothing to enhance.

Moreover, you'll never hear on an interview, “Tell me about recent theoretical knowledge you gained.

No, you need to have EXPERIENCE leading people in the real world.

That’s why gaining practical leadership experience is more important even if it does not come from a project management role.

Reason 2: You apply for the wrong level of project management roles

Statistics show that only 11% of organizations require certified project managers.

Another 22% need Project Management Professionals to set up processes and workflows. They can’t afford to hire certified PMs for all the projects they have.

So, there are 58% of organizations where you can get your first project management role.

[source: Project Management Maturity & Value Benchmark]

But here’s the problem:

These companies don’t have much exposure. They do NOT pop up on the first pages of Google and LinkedIn.

You need to dig deeper to find them. You need to build a relationship with recruiters from smaller companies.

Why?

In smaller companies, they do it manually. They search LinkedIn one profile at a time.

Be at the top of their mind as a meaningful connection with excellent communications skills and your chances to get the next interview skyrockets.

Reason 3: You don’t have a CV of a project manager

Here’s an insider’s secret:

"For me, as an interviewing project manager, it’s hard to assess your skills by reading job descriptions from your previous job."

Especially, if you come from another industry I know little about.

And one more secret:

All your competition for the role of a project manager has the same problem. They are a crowd of uninformative CVs.

Do you see an opportunity here?

You need to highlight what’s important for a project manager: leadership, communication, management, and administrative skills.

Moreover, I’m not interested in what you were prescribed to do. I’m interested in what you achieved in that capacity.

So, re-write your CV as achievement statements, not job descriptions.

Yes, that takes time and efforts.

That's why your competitors won’t do it!

Reason 4: You don’t have a project management mentor.

Experienced project managers don’t like to confirm it:

There’s a considerable gap between the theory of project management and what we do in real life to manage a project.

Yes, we want to create a project management approach like in a textbook.

But it won’t happen today.

That’s why companies hire people who know how to keep wheels turning, how to solve problems, how to get a project from point A to point B.

Textbooks don’t teach that.

Why?

There're too many human interactions. Communication between people is still the key to project success.

That’s why a project management mentor with real EXPERIENCE will give you more than any training, certification, or a book.

And here’s the truth:

You can find a mentor for free. It’s all about building friendly relationships with project managers. They do want to share knowledge.

Let me share another secret with you:

 

Becoming a project manager is hard.

Only people who understand practical project management will succeed — only people who know what seasoned project managers want to see in newcomers.

As you already know, project management is a vast domain…

… So recruiters expect you to ALREADY KNOW at least the most crucial aspects of management and leadership.

As long as you can avoid the biggest mistakes and as long as you can stay focused on things that really important for a PM, the path to becoming a project manager is ready for you.

The path that helps you save your money, energy, and time. The path that enables you to become a great leader and make an impact you desire.

The key ingredient here is to become a perfect junior project manager who understands the Core of Project Management.

And with your permission, that’s what I’d love to show you how to do.

Introducing

I have taken everything I learned from seven years of teaching junior project managers in companies I worked in and compiled it into a comprehensive coaching program that teaches not only theory of project management, but the actual step-by-step action plans to lead a project in the real world.

It is based on my Core Project Management Methodology.

Perfect Junior Project Manager is not a certification or education training - it is a coaching program.

You will learn the basics of project management, but more importantly, you will learn the universal step-by-step approach to lead any project, motivate any team, work with any client.

The end result: you become a perfect junior project manager candidate who has all the knowledge to pass an interview and get the first job of a PM. More so, you’ll need little to no supervision on your first project.

Perfect Junior Project Manager is the first program of its kind that…

Teaches you the Core of Project Management.

No filler. No unnecessary modules that teach theory you’ll never use. You'll focus on the Core Project Management Framework I developed for junior project managers. 

Gives you practical steps to manage your first project.

Core Project Management Framework is based on the Project Management Institute’s vision of project management. I removed all whistles and bells and formed a simple step-by-step framework you can follow.

So, rather than learning separate tools and processes, you'll get a workflow to managing a project.

Helps you to rebrand yourself into a Project Manager.

A part of the Perfect Junior Project Manager gives you tips and tricks to rebrand yourself into a perfect PM candidate.

It helps you to rewrite your CV in a way recruiters want to see it. You'll find a way to make your previous experience relevant for a PM role. Also, you'll identify gaps in your CV that you need to cover up.

What’s included in the Course?

Module 1: Theory of Project Management

We'll start with only the essential theory of project management - the pieces that will be valuable for your learning and future work.

You should not be overwhelmed by the aspects of project management that you don’t need right now.

It'll save your mental bandwidth for grasping better the PRACTICAL steps of managing a project.

First, we need to create a framework that we will fill in with processes and workflows.

Second, we'll set you a correct mindset of a project manager and a leader.

It won’t be like another course that tries to fit everything there is on the topic (to increase the price of the class).

  • Master the only project management framework you need. It’s capable of leveraging any agile or plan-driven methodology.
  • How to position yourself as a proficient project manager even if you don’t have in-depth industry knowledge.
  • Understand the critical role a Project Manager takes on a project. (You’ll be surprised to learn how much of a leader and facilitator you should be)
  • Discover the Project Life Cycle, and its proper application. It’s a secret to managing huge and complex projects - you break them down into phases.
  • How to manage a project in a way that helps your clients and other important people to reach their objectives.

Lesson #1: What is a Project?
Lesson #2: Project Boundaries
Lesson #3: Project Management Process
Lesson #4: Role of a PM and Essence of Project Management
Lesson #5: Project Life Cycle: Overview
Lesson #6: Project Life Cycle: Typical Phases
Lesson #7: Methodologies and Frameworks
Lesson #8: Importance of Communications

Module 2: How to Start a Project

Now, when you know the framework, we’ll start filling it in.

This module delivers a step-by-step process to “initiate” (to start) a project so that you can efficiently collect crucial information.

It will help you to ask the correct questions. You'll learn to identify people critical for the project - stakeholders. Most importantly you’ll be bold enough to determine the real goals of a project.

After that, you’ll create a simple one-page document that will ensure all stakeholders will be satisfied with the results of your project.

Lesson #1: Project Integration - Initiating
Lesson #2: Stakeholders: Why do we need them?
Lesson #3: Stakeholders: How to Identify Stakeholders
Lesson #4: Stakeholders: How to Perform Stakeholder Analysis
Lesson #5: Stakeholders: Expectations vs. Requirements
Lesson #6: Stakeholders: How to Select Engagement Strategies
Lesson #7: How to Collect Project High-level Information
Lesson #8: Work of a PM During Project Initiation

  • Complete step-by-step workflow to managing Stakeholders (clients, experts, your boss, etc.).
  • Comprehensive system of identifying crucial stakeholders. It ensures no one will put you into troubles at the middle of a project.
  • Mindset shifting insight that will make your a master in dealing with clients. Hint: what they tell you is not always what they expect from the project.
  • Engagement tracking tool that helps to build professional and productive relationships with clients and experts.
  • Project Charter template and workflow to fill it in even if your clients never heard of it. You’ll help them to identify project goals that ensure you are on the right track all the time.

Module 3: How to Plan a Project

Now that you initiated a project and discovered its goal, you need to develop a plan to achieve that goal.

Here you’ll learn how to elaborate a project from a brief talk with the client to a detailed description of the work that needs to be done - Project Management Plan.

The workflow in this module will help you plan any project that you will get. It’s scalable. Meaning you’ll use it for many years until you need to enhance it further.

Your clients will accept your simple project plan without any concerns. While you'll be confident knowing you are be able to finish a project on-time and within budget.

  • Learn how all tools and processes of project planning fit together, how information flows from high-level requirements to specific “to-do” items.
  • How to select an adequate level of details for a Project Management Plan. You don’t need a document that no one reads.
  • System to collect requirements from clients and key stakeholders. Elaboration on the details with the project team and experts.
  • Estimation technique that ensures you never miss deadlines or overspend project budget.
  • Risk Management framework that justifies you adding enough of “safety nets” without making clients angry for the extra costs.
  • Planning concepts that help you create a realistic project plan that you'll be able to use for the whole project duration without redoing it.

Lesson #1: Project Integration - Planning
Lesson #2: Selecting a Framework/Approach?
Lesson #3: Project Management Plan
Lesson #4: How to Decompose Project Requirements
Lesson #5: How to Collect Requirements
Lesson #6: Requirements, Quality and Project Scope
Lesson #7: Quality Management
Lesson #8: Project Scope: Deliverables
Lesson #9: Project Scope: How to Identify Scope
Lesson #10: How to Estimate Project Work
Lesson #11: How to Create a Project Schedule
Lesson #12: How to Create a Project Budget
Lesson #13: Project Integration - Risk Management
Lesson #14: Risk Management: How to Identify Risks
Lesson #15: Risk Management: How to Perform Qualitative Analysis
Lesson #16: Risk Management: How to Select Response Plans
Lesson #17: Work of a Project Manager During Planning
Lesson #18: Project Planning Concepts

Module 4: How to Run a Project on Day-to-Day Basis

Planning is a big part of a project. But it’s a short one. The bulk of your work is in managing a team to execute the plan.

You'll learn how to motivate and lead people throughout the project management process.

You'll also learn all the necessary activities of a project manager: tracking progress, writing emails and reports, resolving conflicts, etc.

You'll build rapport and engagement with your team from the first moment you enter the room. You'll be confident to lead even the senior-level employees.

This module describes the process of managing a project from the perspective of a leader. It will ensure that people love to work with you.

Lesson #1: Project Integration - Executing a Project
Lesson #2: How to Write Emails
Lesson #3: How to Run Meetings
Lesson #4: How to Collect Feedback with Delphi Technique
Lesson #5: How to Write Project Weekly Reports
Lesson #6: How to Resolve Conflicts
Lesson #7: How to Delegate
Lesson #8: How to Aquire Project Team and Resources
Lesson #9: How to Work with the Project Team: Tasks, Impediments, Progress
Lesson #10: How to Monitor and Control The Project
Lesson #11: How to Conduct Project Change Management
Lesson #12: How to Communicate with Clients (and Key Stakeholders)
Lesson #13: Motivation Theories
Lesson #14: Leadership Concepts
Lesson #15: How to Lead and Motivate
Lesson #16: How to Finish a Project
Lesson #17: Professional Ethics of a Project Manager

  • Run meetings like a pro. Write emails that get things done. Report on project progress so that clients are happy all the time.
  • Three motivational theories that help you understand your team members even if they are of different age or experience.
  • A step-by-step plan to establish yourself as a leader on a project even if you are a junior Project Manager without authority.
  • How to deal with project changes so that you don’t end up with a bloated project that can never reach its objectives.
  • Conflict Resolution System and Issue Log Template that will ensure you fix the root cause of a problem not the tip of an iceberg.
  • Tips and tricks on professional ethics that ensure you won’t get into troubles. Remember: you are dealing with money, resources, and quite often the reputation of others.

Module 5: Rebranding Yourself into a Project Manager

Now that you know how to manage a project and what’s essential in the role of a project manager, you need to channel all that into your CV.

This module is dedicated to updating your CV and preparing you for an interview as a junior project manager.

It entirely comes from my experience of interviewing Junior PMs. And from dozens of interviews, I passed myself.

(and I went to one or two interviews each month. Even if I did not look for opportunities.)

This module will help you rewrite your CV as if you are a Project Manager. It'll help you stand out from the crowd.

I’m sure you'll be happy to get all those responses from recruiters. Every next interview (successful or not) will boost your confidence. Not otherwise.

  • Achievement-based approach to creating a CV of a perfect project manager candidate that will set you apart of the crowd.
  • Copywriting tips and tricks that ensure your CV is scannable and easy to read.
  • Storytelling aspects that help you drive interviews in the direction you want to highlight your biggest strengths.

Lesson #1: Dissection of a PM Job Description
Lesson #2: Perfect CV Components
Lesson #3: Perfect Achievement Chops
Lesson #4: Drafting a Perfect CV
Lesson #5: A Story Behind an Achievement

  • Vitaliy Tymoshenko, Senior Project Manager
    I'm pretty sure nowhere can you find such a unique mix of real world experience and book-learning. Simply one of the best managers and mentors I knew.
    Vitaliy Tymoshenko, Senior Project Manager

What does it look like?

  • Video Lessons

    The course consists of pre-recorded video lessons divided into 5 modules. Each video is short and up to the point.

  • Additional Material

    Most of the lessons have “Additional Materials” that will help you to dive deeper into the topic. If and when you need it.

  • Workbooks

    Workbook-cheatsheets will help you keep track of your open questions. It will be a reminder of what you learned.

  • My Support

    I will be there to answer all of your questions. My goal is to ensure that after the course you become a perfect PM candidate.

Bonus #1: Small Group Coaching Calls

(Other project management educators called me crazy for including this. No one does it!)

You get access to a project management mentor on a weekly basis.

Project management is a structured process. However, leading and managing projects is nothing like that.

We'll have group coaching calls to help you understand the Core Project Management methodology.

You’ll have the ability to ask any questions related to project management and leadership.

At any moment during the course, you submit a simple form.

At the next coaching session, you get clarifications, more examples, and explanations.

You’ll never feel abandoned. You’ll get support throughout the whole course.

  • Ask questions that will help you get clarity on any aspects of the course.
  • Ask situational and behavioral questions to understand how you should act in difficult situations when you lack authority.
  • Review of case studies and real-world examples to broaden your understanding of possible actions.
  • Hot-seat interview simulations. Let’s get a volunteer to try to answer typical interview questions. 
  • Review and critique of your CV, brainstorming ideas for achievements, interview tips and tricks.
  • Discussion of any topic relevant to you related to project management and leadership.

Bonus #2: Special Training in Project Scope Management

Managing the actual work that needs to be done to reach project goals (it’s called Project Scope) is crucial for a junior project manager.

You'll get extra in-depth training on how to identify, track, and implement Project Scope.

You'll learn about the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS). It's a cornerstone tool in scope management and project management in general.

(you'll learn why)

This additional training will help you during the initial years as a PM. WBS helps you to structure the work.

You'll be able to use the tool with your team members. It will help you build rapport with them and get their support. Yes, it has many benefits.

You’ll manage scope like a professional even on your first project.

  • Leverage Project Scope Statement to transform a project goal into the description of the work that needs to be done. You’ll do it in such a way that even non-technical clients will understand it.
  • Master Work Breakdown Structure and the decomposition technique to structure all the work on the project. Including project management efforts to ensure nothing slips through the cracks.
  • Keep all the information about project work in one place - a WBS Dictionary.
  • Learn how Project Scope Management integrates with all other aspects of project management.
  • Nikita Puz, Senior Program Manager
    I learned really much from Dmitry and if I were to choose, he'd be the first person I would want to work with on a project of any complexity.
    Nikita Puz, Senior Program Manager

Learn First - Decide Later Guarantee

Full disclosure: It’s not magic or a fraud. I can’t help you overcome common rules of the hiring process. So, if you have little or no working experience, you'll need to get some. No one risks putting immature people in a leadership position.

Nevertheless, I'll teach you what’s essential for the role of a project manager. That gives you a clear focus on what you need to gain as soon as possible.

You'll learn how to plan your professional development and craft opportunities to fill in the “relevant experience” gaps in your CV.

So, getting to the role of a Project Manager will take months - not years.

But you need to be COMMITTED to becoming a project manager.

Here’s the trick:

By the end of 30 days, you’ll have received access to all the modules, participated in 3-4 coaching calls, written your perfect CV.

Meaning, you’ll have an opportunity to go for interviews fully ready or even get your first leadership role BEFORE making a final decision.

If you don’t feel like you’re on your way to getting a role of a Project Manager while feeling so much more confident and educated candidate, just write me an email at dmitriy@pmbasics101.com within 30 days and I’ll give you back your investment so that you’ll only have to add up a thousand dollars more to get an entry-level certificate.

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When you add it all up, that’s a total value of over $3191.00

(Rather small compared to the opportunities you’ll gain as a project manager)

But because I’m super committed to project management profession and doing it the RIGHT way (and thus improving the prestige of the trade in general), I’m giving you the opportunity to enroll in Perfect Junior Project Manager TODAY at the special promo price of just…

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What people asked before signing up for the Perfect Junior Project Manager program?

If you have any additional questions related to the course - write me an email at dmitriy@pmbasics101.com.


 

 

Q: Why should I NOT invest in a Project Management Certification instead?

Great question! Happy you asked it.

Certifications provide theoretical knowledge about project management. They teach what an ideal company, in a perfect environment, with an ideal team and clients should do.

Each certification authority requires you to take some training classes. But all the trainings focus on helping you pass the exam and get the certificate. They don’t ensure you’ll be able to manage a real project after it.

So, in the end, all you get is an additional entry in your CV.

On the contrary, Perfect Junior Project Manager program focuses on PRACTICAL aspects of leading a project. My goal is to teach you how to lead a project in the real world.

Q: Do I have what it takes to become a Project Manager? Are there any prerequisites for the course?

No. It’s for entry-level project managers. It means you don’t need any knowledge or experience to understand the course materials.

Moreover, the sooner you state your desire and ability to become a Project Manager the better.

However, to get the job of a project manager, you need relevant work experience. If you just graduated or you have an entirely unrelated experience you’ll need to find opportunities to fill in the gaps.

However, there’s always a chance you can get a project management role as your first job. Likewise, you may decide to downgrade in salary to follow your dream.

Just keep in mind it won’t be on the best terms. But it’s a great starting point because you can rapidly grow from there. And Perfect Junior Project Manager program helps you on this journey.

Q: Should I quit my current job to pursue the career of a Project Manager?

No, I wouldn’t recommend that.

First, it’s much easier to get a promotion to a leadership role or PM role in the company you work in right now. People know and trust you there.

Second, don’t be afraid of the lack of time. I developed course materials in such a way that you can consume them in small pieces. Watching them at work is safe.

Third, getting your first PM job may take some time. You need to get through this period. And you should not sound desperate for a job at the interview.

Q: I plan to work in (industry name here). Will the Core Project Management Framework work for me?

Yes. Core Project Management Framework is a universal approach. It will work for any industry.

The industry specifics are the addition to the framework. Once you understand the framework, you can include any additional processes, tools, and techniques into it.

Q: I heard that Agile Project Management is popular now. Are you teaching anything about it?

No, and yes.

I don’t teach any Agile methodology in particular in this course. I think you can easily do it yourself for free. I have valuable resources in additional materials.

Nevertheless, I do teach you how to organize any project properly.

It means you will be able to apply any Agile Methodology if needed. It’s a decision you need to make for each new project. It's not a standard for any industry yet.

Q: What if I don’t understand something or if I’m stuck?

First of all, you can always write a comment on a lesson. You can ask your questions right there. I will answer them in comments as soon as I can. Or I will take it to the coaching session to give an extended answer.

Second, you can ask any questions related to project management and leadership during our weekly coaching sessions. I’ll be there to support you all the time.

Q: How do I get the course material?

After purchase, you get access to a members-only part of the site. I’ll send you a link in an email.

You get access to all modules and bonuses at once. They are all there in one place.

You get a link to a virtual conference where we have coaching calls. Ideally, all coaching calls will be recorded.

Q: How long do I have access to the course?

You get instant and lifelong access to the course materials. It means as long as the PM Basics site operates. So, you have plenty of time.

Q: Does it take long to get through the course?

Here is the thing. I know you need to work in your current capacity.

If you can dedicate 30 minutes per day, you will be done in about a month.

However, I’m pretty sure you can cut that time in two with just a bit of additional efforts.

Q: How many group coaching sessions are included?

There's no limit on the group coaching sessions you can participate in.

I plan to conduct them once a week. You can join and ask questions as long as you need.

Nevertheless, please note that when the number of students grows bigger, the format may change. Now, it is in the form of video conferences. Later it will transform into a community in a Facebook group.

Q: How do I get my money back if I don’t find the course valuable?

All you need to do is to write me an email at dmitriy@pmbasics101.com within 30 days from your purchase. And I'll refund you the cost of the course.

Q: What do I get if I enroll today?

1. Full Perfect Junior Project Manager program: 5 modules of highly practical coaching to become a project manager
2. Weekly Coaching Calls to answer all your questions and broaden your understanding of project management.
3. Additional course on Project Scope Management. Specifically, you will learn how to use a Work Breakdown Structure. It’s a critical tool in project management.

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Still undecided?

Perfect Junior Project Manager is perfect for you if…

1. You do want to become a Project Manager.

You believe you can lead and organize people better than the rest. You want to become a manager they love to work with. (Your current role doesn’t matter).

2. You just graduated and want to start a career of a project manager.

You’ve got your degree, and you understand that project management is your calling. (Again, your education doesn’t matter.)

3. You are an accidental Project Manager and just starting.

You don’t have a formal PM education. But your boss selected you because you have a talent for getting well with people. They listen to you, and you are responsible. Now, you want to be a professional Project Manager.

4. You are a Junior/Assistant Project Manager.

...and you don’t have a mentor to teach you. You have a bit of experience in a project environment. You don’t want to wait for your boss to notice your hard work. So, you want to build your career right away.

5. You want to learn how to manage projects in real life.

You may saw it already and understand what it takes to lead a group of people to produce results within limits of time and money. Now, you want to get real-life training.

6. You’re afraid that certification won’t help you with the interview.

You may already face the problem. They ask you questions you cannot answer. They want solutions applicable on PRACTICE.

7. You feel leadership potential.

You want to take control of the work, and you want to make the work of people more comfortable, enjoyable, and meaningful. You want to develop and motivate them because you ALREADY understand that they are the biggest asset.

8. You are committed to becoming a great Project Manager.

When you enroll for the course, you become a part of the project management community. Personal development, continuous improvement, and coaching is at the heart of this community. And you want to be a part of it.

9. You are a responsible person.

It's a must in the role of a project manager. You need to be OK to bear responsibility for the work of others. Moreover, you need to be responsible for getting the project to the end.


If you said "YES" to at least 2 of the above, I can't wait to meet you inside Perfect Junior Project Manager program

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At this moment, I work with a new group of students. Next enrollment is planned for November-December 2019. If you want to become a project manager get my Cheat Sheet on How to Become a Project Manager and I'll notify you when enrollment opens.

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You can continue to wait until your boss notices you. There is a chance he will promote you to a project manager one day.

Or he will not.