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How to get out of the weeds as a Product Leader

Thursday November 18th •  9am PDT • 12pm EDT  • 5pm GMT

Join our webinar with special guest, Saielle DaSilva, Product Leader and Director of UX at Cazoo, and host Janna Bastow, CEO of ProdPad and inventor of the Now/Next/Later roadmap.

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About this Webinar

In this webinar, Janna Bastow and Saielle DaSilva will explore how to get out of the weeds as a product leader. Recently, Saielle’s team experienced hyper-growth, that increased her team to 60 UX folks. As you can imagine, this came with lots of challenges, including how to scale, where to let go, and how to know where letting go was the right thing to do. We will be tackling these questions and much more in our upcoming webinar.

In this webinar we will also cover:

  • How to become a pro at delegating work 
  • Encouraging and facilitating your team to take on new challenges 
  • How to change your leadership style to focus on clarity over control 
  • How to collect and utilise feedback from your own work

About Saielle DaSilva

Saielle DaSilva helps companies find their customers, meet those customers’ needs, and do it in a way that’s viable for building businesses. She has worked for companies big and small on everything from network infrastructure to IoT and machine learning. Companies like AT&T, Amazon, and Pivotal have worked with Saielle to advance their design, data science, and product management practices. 

Saielle advocates for diversity in tech organisations and helps companies apply user centered design to internal processes and hiring. Saielle is currently a product leader and Head of UX design at Cazoo.

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