Roughly four years ago, I decided to get a coach. I realized the importance of having someone who can be a sounding board, someone who challenges my thinking and gets me out of the way.
That’s what good coaching does for your career: Product Management and otherwise.
Most Product Management programs make a fundamental mistake: the emphasis of information over transformation.
I always ask people about what programs they have already done when they come to me and their impact on their careers. I have had over a thousand such conversations. I find that most programs are focused on handing out certificates rather than handing out real-life change. They end up being a waste of time and money.
A Product Management program should transform your mindset and your strategy. It should give you the tools to become great and give you a chance to put those tools into practice. A great program teaches you how to work in various scenarios and, most of all, how to enjoy your job and your life honestly.
If you are looking for a program, I urge you to find one that is not making these fundamental mistakes:
Master the "Presence Multiplier" technique to take command of your focus and your engagement
Move faster, with more purpose, and with less stress
My coaching clients use the very same template every single week to focus in on things that really matter.