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Project Manager : Project Manager Oct Nov 2011
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 35 Speaking at a number of WIPM events, she has shared her professional wisdom with many women in the industry. This satisfies her inner feminist, she explained. “In this profession, you’re often one of only a handful of women in an organisation, which can be intimidating,” she said. “But WIPM has been very busy organising seminars and dinners to try to get women to feel empowered in a male- dominated field ... I like being part of that effort.” If Hayward’s experience is anything to go by, women have much to offer the field of project management and can expect a lot of satisfaction from their work. “At the beginning of the WiC project I would have said ‘I can’t do this, it’s too big’. Looking back, I can’t believe how far I’ve come in terms of my own personal and professional development. “ Whether you’re male or female, a project manager ’s goal should be to walk into any industr y, even if you don’t know anything about it,” she said. “Recent experiences have allowed me to expand my skills and I now feel confident enough to take on something really big.” ••• PeoPle •
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