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PMI日本支部女性コミュニティ 定例会第14回 レポート























ご参加頂いたみなさま、ありがとうございました。 報告者:山本富志江


PMI Japan Chapter Women's Community Regular Meeting No. 14 Report

The 14th regular meeting was held in the midst of the rainy season

with hydrangeas in full bloom,

We had two sessions: "Job Change Stories" and "Book Recommendations".

In the "Job Change Stories" session, we had presentations from both the "career change side" and the "recruiting side," followed by a question-and-answer session and discussion of current problems.

From the career change side, the presenter said,

"It is important through a wall-to-wall meeting with a recruitment agent

to take stock of your skills and determine what you are looking for in a new job."

"t is also a good idea to compare multiple recruitment agencies,

as there are different strengths and weaknesses in each industry."

"It is better to let an agent handle the negotiation of conditions and annual salary

with the company you want to work for."

There was a lot of useful information for those who are thinking of changing jobs.

From the hiring side,

"What employers look for differs depending on whether you are a new graduate or a mid-career worker."

"Women are more qualified for the position test, but men actually get the job."

"Diversity is good for the company."

"Female PMs are now a valuable asset?"

"Engagement and communication are important to prevent employees from quitting."

The content also included social issues.

In the "Recommended Books" section, a wide variety of books were introduced,

from hard to soft, including IT-related books such as DX and Agile,

management-related books such as Drucker,

and books that have won the Honya Taisho(Award).

The enthusiastic and easy-to-understand explanations by the introducers conveyed the good qualities of the books.

Some of the participants added the books to their wish lists.

(I made note of three books.)

We would like to continue this project on a regular basis.

Thank you very much for your participation.

Reported by Toshie Yamamoto



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