Product Collective - 🏃 Product Management coaching for all

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A unique opportunity to be a part of a very limited cohort of just 8-10 professionals transitioning into Product Leadership – w/ direct support from legendary Product Leader and Executive Coach, Ken Norton. 

Perfecting the skills needed to be the best Product Manager you can be is hard enough. But once you progress and take the next leap to Product Leadership, you must prepare yourself for a whole new world of challenges. You must now be a manager of resources, strategy, and perhaps most importantly, people. All of which require you to take a wholesale change of approach to your product career. 

You don’t have to do this alone. In fact, many don’t. The lucky ones can either afford to hire an individual product coach or have a highly experienced leader in their organization that has the time to mentor them. 

For everyone else, there's Product Collective's Rising Leaders program. With a mixture of small-group coaching and a shared experience with other up-leveling product leaders, Rising Leaders is designed to help you make the transition to product leadership.

This is an extremely limited opportunity specifically designed for those who are transitioning into product leadership roles or plan to soon – with just 8-10 applications selected. Learn more and apply to the program here.

Not quite ready for an intensive leadership coaching experience and looking for a more flexible option?
Try Product Collective's Collective Coaching program -- for only $199/month you get credit to drop in on one 8-person group coaching session every 4 weeks. These sessions explore a wide variety of themes such as career development, product strategy and roadmapping. Click here to learn more




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