soft works Practice Helps Product Managers Improve Communication and collaboration
Soft skills are personal attributes that enable us to effectively interact with others. There's no shortage of information about these skills, but information isn't the problem. Putting them into practice is the real challenge. We provide simple brain-based tools that help product professionals like yourself practice soft skills to be more effective.
natural Soft skilLs?
Feel confident sharing your product vision? Don't encounter much friction when collaborating? You're likely gifted with certain soft skills, but you're probably winging it too. Imagine what you might accomplish if you focused on becoming even better. Soft Works can help establish an intentional practice to sharpen those natural abilities.
Zero Soft skills?
Struggle with clearly conveying your ideas? Often bump heads with colleagues? You're not alone. Most of us have not been properly educated in soft skills. The great thing is—we can practice and improve these skills. Soft Works helps create a series of actions that will easily guide how you interact with others.
Jumpstart your soft skills practice
This toolkit titled Soft Works: Practicing the Human Side of Product Management, includes a premium podcast series and companion workbook. You'll gain simple, practical tools for regularly practicing and honing your soft skills. Enter your details and we’ll send a copy!
''Your role will be so much more enriching when you commit to practicing the human side of product management.''
Meet Bryan KellY
Bryan Kelly is a soft skills advocate and software executive. For over a decade he's helped product professionals intentionally practice skills that foster better communication and collaboration. Working with his wife Lisa, a UX Architect & Designer—you'll enjoy simple tools this couple has developed. Practice and improve your soft skills through a blend of neuroscience, psychology, and practical know-how.
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Product School Chicago - Free Live Workshop
August 22, 2018 at 6:30pm-8:30pm CST