Webinar: A Scalable Approach to Product Discovery by Atlassian Sr PM

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Webinar: A Scalable Approach to Product Discovery by Atlassian Sr PM

January 28 @ 9:30 am - 10:00 am EST

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It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the number of responsibilities that a Product Manager has. You want to shine and show that you deserve the trust that the company placed on you. But first, preparation is key. Which is why in this session we will be diving deeper into the skills that will help you get ahead in the competitive PM space.

Main takeaways:
– Principles of Feedback Management
– Voting vs. Feedback
– The Power of ONE
– When to collect feedback?
– Rank your feedback
– Align with other suits with onboarding
– Empower your employees

Meet the Speaker: Dr. Hendrik Thomas

Dr. Hendrik Thomas is a skillful Senior Product Manager with years of experience creating value and solving customer problems with high-performing products. He is currently working as a Senior PM at Atlassian.

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The content of this event is for educational purposes only and does not include any specific facts of the presenter’s current or previous company. The opinions expressed in this event are solely those of the presenter based on personal experiences and do not reflect those of the company the presenter works for.

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