Director Change Announcement.
We are pleased to announce that Mike Dewing, Director of Mentorship for the past few years, has gone back to what he loves most and became a mentor again. A new, energetic, and passionate individual has now taken over. We look forward to seeing in which direction Anthony Makhoul takes the PMI CWCC Mentorship Program.
A message from
I hold an engineer's degree in civil engineering from ULFG II, Roumieh, Lebanon and a master's degree in civil engineering from INSA de Lyon, France. I am also a certified:
- PMP: Project Management Professional,
- PMI-SP: Scheduling Professional, and
- PMI-RMP: Risk Management Professional.
Reach out at Director.Mentorship@pmi.bc.ca if you are interested in mentoring, networking, volunteering, community involvement, or big, bold ideas!!!
Mentoring is a process in which successful individuals (mentors) help others (protégées) to establish goals and develop the skills needed to reach these goals. Mentoring can help you acquire new skills, increase confidence, widen your perspective, avoid errors, enhance your career and life, and help you succeed.
The PMI Canadian West Coast Chapter (CWCC) has been proud to offer the Mentorship Program to its members each year since inception in 2008. The program is designed to provide protégés guidance and advice on moving their career to the next level and is also an opportunity for mentors to coach others as a way of giving back to the project management community.
There are multiple intakes per year.
We would like to take the opportunity to thank Procom for sponsoring the program by offering a meeting room where we can conduct our one on one 'get to know each other' speed networking sessions.