Product Leadership with Roman Pichler
Being a successful product manager or product owner requires strong leadership: You have to be able to direct and guide a diverse group of people without having the authority to tell the individuals what to do.
Attending this workshop will boost your leadership competencies, show you how to effectively lead stakeholders and development team members, and help you become an inclusive and inspiring product leader.
You will learn how to build strong relationships with powerful stakeholders, skilfully deal with difficult people, and achieve support for your decisions.
London, United Kingdom
15 Hatfields, London, SE1 8DJ, United Kingdom
London, United Kingdom
15 Hatfields, SE1 8DJ, United Kingdom
An inspiring course that allowed me to think more strategically on how to lead teams in a large and complex organisation. I am taking away some great techniques to try out.
Choose the Right Leadership Approach
- Understand how to address the specific leadership challenges product people face
- Adopt the most effective leadership style
Build Strong Relationships
- Understand the interests of the various stakeholders and effectively engage with different stakeholder groups
- Listen actively and communicate empathetically
Deal with Difficult Stakeholders
- Resolve conflicts compassionately
- Explore emotions and unmet needs
Make Effective Product Decisions
- Involve the right people in the right decisions
- Create alignment and strong buy-in
Product managers, product owners, product executives, and others in charge of digital products or product teams.
You can pay by credit card or by invoice. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a 50% discount on the regular price to charities and early stage start-ups. Please contact email@example.com.
The training course is taught as an instructor-led workshop with an appropriate mix of lecture, discussion and hands-on exercises. The training materials are developed by Roman and are exclusively used by him. We aim to limit the number of attendees to 20
You should have work experience in a product role, for instance, as a product manager, product owner, product executive, or business analyst.