Naomi Caietti Celebrating Women in Project Management

Naomi Caietti Celebrating Women in Project Management

Naomi Caietti

CELEBRATING WOMEN IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERIES

Location: Folsom, USA

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Bio:

As the Founder and Director of Naomi Caietti Consulting, Naomi offers virtual services to niche clients. She is a key expert on talent, change and career development for ProjectManagement.com, a co-author of a new book called “Finding Your Voice: The Assertive & Empowered Woman”, and is working with a publisher on her new book for project leaders due out in 2018. You can download her speaker sheet to find out more about her services, what her clients have to say and more at www.NaomiCaietti.com.

Why do you enjoy working in the field of project management?

Love what I do and doing what I love!

What are your greatest achievements as a Project Manager?

Establishing best practices for public, private and nonprofit organizations, launching my own business and writing my new leadership book due out 2018.

Why is a career as a Project Manager a great choice for women?

Women have lot of choices for a career path in the field of project management but I admit women need more role models, sponsors and mentors. Opportunities are available for women to excel into top executive positions as Project Director, Program Manager, Project Management Office (PMO) Manager and Portfolio Manager.

How can women stand out in the field of Project Management?

Women are continuing to make their mark in the project management profession and have positively influenced the profession over the last two decades. In our global economy, organizations are looking for project management experts, leaders of high performing teams and great communicators that can manage people, processes and politics; women have the soft skills to be top candidates for many of these great job opportunities.

What are some of the challenges women face as Project Managers?

Actually, both women and men have had challenges in this tough economy finding suitable work. The economy is rebounding now so project management professionals are high in demand in many industries.

What can we do to help women to be exceptional Project Managers?

CEOs and organizational leadership need to lead the change to be more inclusive, transparent and open to offering opportunities to help promote staff development in the form of mentoring, coaching and sponsorship.

Any other comments about Women in Project Management?

I’ll be publishing another article in March 2018 to honor Women’s History Month and here is
previous year’s article.

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To celebrate International Women’s Day for 2018, I will be sharing the profiles and stories of some incredible women who have flourished in their project management careers. May they inspire you and the women around you to kick goals in the world of project management.

Read more about my ‘Celebrating Women in Project Management’ 50-day series here. Starts February 1, 2018.

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  1. Submit your own profile as a PM to be shared and celebrated online!
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