In this last part on leadership, I’ll give some guidance for new leaders on how to get most out of (bi-)weekly 1:1 meetings with their reports.
How to be a great (product) leader – Part 4/4: best practices for 1:1 meetings
How to be a great (product) leader – Part 3/4: leadership frameworks
For new leaders it could be fuzzy what their actual day-to-day tasks are. Fortunately there are many helpful frameworks available for leading people.
How to be a great (product) leader – part 2/4: leadership responsibilities
Successful leaders are able to maximize individual performance & growth, team performance, their own performance, and their company’s performance. Let’s take a look on how they achieve this.
How to be a great (product) leader – Part 1/4: leadership characteristics
What characteristics differentiates great from average and bad leaders in young and fast-growing companies? Let’s find out.
Write product copy that converts – a quick guide for beginners
Are you struggling to captivate new visitors for your product? Here are my top tips on effective copy writing.
How you can build and scale dedicated tech teams for your startup fast – Part 2/2
In part 2 I share how we selected our near-shoring partner in Ukraine and built our first team (5+ engineers) in less than 3 months.
How you can build and scale dedicated tech teams for your startup fast – Part 1/2
Learn how Stryber, a leading startup studio, built and grew dedicated and high-performing tech teams for their startups super fast.
4 invaluable skills for product owners to launch new products
What specific skills can you as a product owner hone to increase the probability of success for any new product?
No idea, team, money — how company builders can help founders to get their startup off the ground
Learn how a company builder can enable smart and ambitious individuals to overcome their most pressing hurdles of starting a new business.