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Advanced Product Management: Presentation And Storytelling

Master Storytelling, Influencing and Negotiation to accelerate your Product Management Career.

Advanced Product Management: Presentation And Storytelling

Students

2.5 hours

Content

Jun 2021

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What you will learn

Learn the art of making impactful presentations.

Visual elements of a compelling presentation including text, graphics, and data.

Personal story for creating a leadership impact.

Business Story Telling, Types of Story Structures, Scaling of Stories, Visual Elements with Grid, colors, fonts & data to create compelling presentations

Understanding the principles and the process of negotiation.

Develop and employ effective communication and problem-solving skills to execute effective negotiation tactics and strategies in various scenarios.

Understand the Golden rules of negotiation.

Understand the different Conflict Management styles.


Description

For product managers, communication is key

You’ll need to keep lots of people in the loop and adjust your language to each audience.

Stakeholder communication is at the heart of any product manager’s day-to-day life. Mastering this soft skill is one of the most important keys to success. Put it differently, you’ll never be able to lead a team if you can’t communicate effectively. As a product manager, you spend more time communicating than executing.

Great communicators are made, not born. Enough practice, experience, and conditioning can help you be a success. As a product manager, there are two main audiences you’re constantly communicating with: your team (internal communication) and your users (external communication).

Product managers (PMs) rely on their ability to tell a good story when communicating about a product with internal teams, upper management, and external customers. Stories are stickier than data, and in the business world, they can serve as a way to capture attention and drive support for or adoption of a new product.

(Almost) everything is a negotiation

You’ll build cooperation and manage customer requests at almost every turn

Another key skill that a Product Manager requires is Negotiation. If you're a product manager, you negotiate every day, even if you don't notice. From prioritizing the backlog to determining the MVP of a new feature, a majority of our day involves negotiation.

Product managers constantly build cooperation and negotiating trade-offs with customers, the sales team, and the engineering team to achieve strategy-supporting outcomes.

What you will learn:

  • Learn the art of making impactful presentations.

  • Visual elements of a compelling presentation including text, graphics, and data.

  • Personal story for creating a leadership impact.

  • Differences between Influence and Persuasion

  • The 5 step process of Influencing

  • The 6 Key principles of influence

  • Currencies of influence

  • Understanding the principles and the process of negotiation.

  • Develop and employ effective communication and problem-solving skills to execute effective negotiation tactics and strategies in various scenarios.

  • Understand the Golden rules of negotiation.

  • Understand the different Conflict Management styles.

  • Lifecycle of Negotiation Phases

  • Negotiation Frameworks including the BATNA principle

  • Five Styles of Conflict Management & Mapping it to every situation

  • Stake Holder Management, POV Analysis.

Course Curriculum:

Module 1: Art of Storytelling

  • Introduction

  • Chapter 1 - The Challenge

  • Chapter 2 - Your Audience

  • Chapter 3 - S of SMP: The Story

  • Chapter 4 - M of SMP: Message

  • Chapter 5 - P of SMP:  Performance

Module 2: Influence without Authority

  • Introduction

  • Chapter 1 - Influence

  • Chapter 2 - 5 step process of Influencing

  • Chapter 3 - 6 key principles of Influence

  • Chapter 4 - Currencies of Influence

  • Chapter 5 - Styles of Influencing

  • Chapter 6 - Conclusion

Module 3: Negotiation and Conflict Management

  • Introduction

  • Chapter 1 - Understanding Negotiation

  • Chapter 2 - 3 Phases of Negotiation

  • Chapter 3 - Golden Rules of Negotiation

  • Chapter 4 - Conflict Management Styles

  • Conclusion



Content

Introduction

Introduction

Course Objectives

The Challenge

Challenges of Presentation

Learning is Possible

Additional Learning Resources

Your Audience

Understanding Your Audience's Mind

Additional Learning Resources

S Of SMP: The Story

SMP Framework - An Introduction

Why Story?

How to Build a Story?

The Brain And Stories

OSCRE Framework

Additional Learning Resources

M of SMP: Message

3 Conditions & 4 Questions

Additional Learning Resources

P of SMP: Performance

P of SMP: Performance

Additional Learning Resources

Recommended Readings and Books

Recommended Readings and Books

Introduction

Introduction

Influence

Learning Outcomes

What is influence

Difference between Influence and Persuasion

Chapter Quiz

5 step process of Influencing

Learning Outcomes

5 Steps process

Chapter Quiz

6 key Principles of Influence

1) Reciprocity

2) Commitment and Consistency

3) Social Proof

4) Authority

5) Scarcity

6) Liking

Chapter Quiz

Currencies of Influence

Learning Outcomes

Currencies

Chapter Quiz

Styles of Influencing

Learning Outcomes

Styles of Influencing

Chapter Quiz

Conclusion

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Certification Exam

Certification Exam

Introduction

Introduction

Understanding Negotiation

Learning Outcomes

Important aspects of Negotiation

Chapter Quiz

3 Phases of Negotiation

Learning Outcomes

1st Phase - Prepare: 2nd Phase - Actual negotiation:3rd Phase - Follow through

Chapter Quiz

Golden Rules of Negotiation

Learning Outcomes

1. Minding your Mindset

2. Seperate people and issues

3. Know Yourself

4. Focus on interests not position

5. Sidesteps the tricks

6. Avoid the traps

7. Check for biases

8. Go to Balcony

Chapter Quiz

Conflict Management Styles

Learning Outcomes

Nature of Conflicts and Conflict Management Styles: 1) Competence

2) Accomodating

3) Compromising Styles

4) Avoiding Styles

5) Collaborative Styles

Chapter Quiz

Conclusion

Course Summary

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6/19/2021

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6/25/2021

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