“Nick showed us what a good product manager was and where to find one.”
It’s never been harder to find product managers.
I’ll show you what type of product manager you’re looking for, where to look, and how to run a search that get you access to the candidates that aren’t looking for work.
Busy founders need to make quick calls about candidates with only a few hours of interview time.
I’ll show you how to run interviews that show you exactly how the candidate will behave in the real world.
Candidates have never been better at selling themselves.
I’ll show you how to avoid the disappointment of a bad hire by finding out what skills and experience your candidate has long before they ever start to work for you.
There’s so much at stake when you hire your head of product.
I’ll show you exactly what makes a head of product what makes a chief product officer, and when’s the right time to hire each.
Between 2007 and 2020 I took my startup from 2 to 150 people.
As I grew my product team from zero to twenty product managers, designers, and researchers, I made an enormous number of painful hiring mistakes that cost me time, money and growth.
This is the handbook I wished I had when I was hiring my first product manager. It contains everything I’ve learned about how to identify, attract and interview the first product manager for your startup. I hope you find it useful!