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With Brian Shanahan (Principal Product Mgr, Atlassian).
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 09:30 AM   Absolutely Free   Online

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No one becomes a good Product Manager in a day. But we help you look inside the minds of great PMs to understand the mindset that makes them succeed. Because Product Management isn't just a role, it's a worldview, a set of skills that guide the way you think, & most importantly: lead.

Main takeaways:
- Pros & Cons?- It's all about perspective
- Finding your personal North Star
- Being true to yourself

Meet the Speaker: Brian Shanahan

Brian is a product professional with previous experiences with start-up neo-banks & e-commerce platforms. He is currently working at Atlassian as Principal Product Manager.

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Product School ( is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, & Amazon.

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