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Indeed.com Prod. Lead on Mindset & Behaviors for Effective Stakeholder Mgt.

*** We care about your health and want everyone healthy and thriving in their product roles. The recent spread and threat of COVID-19 are forcing some live event changes across the globe. Thankfully, we've put the wheels in motion for attendees to video-in via a webinar. ***

WEBINAR: Indeed.com Prod. Lead on Mindset & Behaviors for Effective Stakeholder Mgt.

As a Product Manager, your success is directly proportional to the satisfaction of your key stakeholders. If you engage effectively, you will create a group of advocates who will help further your cause and your career. If you don’t, your roadmap could begin to slide. How can you engage with stakeholders effectively to build strong relationships? Indeed.com Product Lead Parul Goel shares three key principles that will help engage your stakeholders as you march toward your product vision.

About the Speaker: Parul is a Product Leader at Indeed where she leads the Orders and Billing platforms. She is passionate about innovating in the enterprise product space. In her career spanning more than 15 years, Parul has been part of several complex product builds: Some have been very successful while others have served as great life lessons.

Outside of her role, Parul is an active member of the Women in Product community. She also hosts a bi-weekly podcast called Unseen Battles that features raw conversations with women leaders about their career shaping challenges. Parul loves to travel and cannot wait to get back to a plane, hopefully on her way to somewhere new and exciting. Parul holds a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Columbia University.

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