We all know the benefits of having a product coach, but finding the right one can be a real challenge. Product management is a context-specific job, so it’s vital to find a coach who knows your situation and industry, and who has the coaching skills to help you.
We take the struggle out of finding a coach so you can focus on getting the most out of your coaching.
And like any journey, it's more straightforward when you have a map. That's where The Product Refinery comes in. Our programs are designed specifically for product management leaders to practice and develop the critical skills of leading others.
As your growth partner we'll keep you on track and give you the tools to guide you on your way.
If you want to know more about what a product coach is, how they can help you, and how to choose a good coach to meet your needs, this article is a great place to start👇What is a product coach and do I need one?
Whether you have a clearly-defined challenge you want to work on with us or just need a sounding board while you start to identify areas for your team to improve, we’d love to hear from you.
We’ll match you with your perfect coach and set up a free no-strings-attached coaching consultation, so you can meet your coach and find out whether product coaching is right for you.
We all know that managing relationships with stakeholders is a huge part of product management work, whether you are a Head of Product getting the whole company on board with your strategy, or a junior product manager helping customer experience folks understand where customer feature requests are sitting in the backlog. In this article, we’ll explore the five key areas you need to have covered if you’re going to build trusting and effective relationships with your stakeholders.Read more
We’ve compiled all our posts about product coaching into this handy guide with detailed articles on most of the topics you’ll need to understand to make the best choice about who you want to work with.Read more
The world of product management can be an intimidating place. Product managers are invariably busy and have a ton of responsibility, and with so much going on, it's easy to make mistakes. Luckily, many of those mistakes are relatively easy to avoid. So with that in mind, here are the 20 most common mistakes we've seen people make (and made ourselves) as product managers, each with some simple ways of avoiding them.Read more
Whether you’re a product leader revising the strategy you already have, a department of one creating the first product strategy for the company, or an executive wanting to input more effectively into the strategy process, this handbook has something actionable for you.Download Now