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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.
- Your ability to build trust is the number one factor that will determine your long-term success as a PM.
- Building trust takes time & deliberate, ongoing effort.
- People trust you when they see you as someone who is competent in their craft, empathetic (who listens well & cares about others), & consistently does what they say.
Meet the Speaker: Nilo Dutta Roy
As a Product Leader for the past decade, Nilo has led teams in Software Engineer & Products, delivering a world-class digital experience that reaches millions of customers. Currently, he is a Principal Group Product Manager at Microsoft.
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