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  6. 6. How to bring success in as the odd one out | Kate Hana | Product Manager Jinterwas @Flickr
  7. 7. Kate Hana Kate Hana is a non-traditional, passionate product professional with a knack for difficult personalities and an insatiable desire to bring order to chaos. As a late bloomer to both the LGBTQIA+ and Product communities, Kate aims to remind us on the importance of keeping an Agile mindset for our careers and our connections. Product Success > About Product Manager Digital Platforms
  8. 8. Products & Pride Topics for today ● Cultivate a deeper sense of empathy ● Challenge conflict with curiosity ● Life-hack your weakness into strength ● Find your own sense of Pride Product Success > Outline Carbon Arc @Flickr
  9. 9. Cultivate a deeper sense of empathy Empathy for others & empathy for ourselves… same word but vastly different approaches Product Success > Empathy ● Odd – Never quite fit ● Asia – Plans & pivots ● Career Hops – Art, Immigration, Finance ● Still Odd – Accidental courage ● Kintsugi – Failing like a child Steenaire @Flickr
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  11. 11. Life-hack your weakness into strength Different = Innovative Product Success > Weakness Softer communication helped me slow down, distill my thoughts, and hear what was being said without words Mastering indirect and direct styles meant raising voices and quieting the noise/nonsense My nontraditional professional background gave me dynamic life experiences and unusual perspectives Exponential growth from intentional goal setting and incremental steps “Jack of all trades, master of none” is both a curse and a blessing in disguise Multi-faceted personal identity with a T-shaped profession: wide network/skills + deep connections/knowledge Subtle = Thoughtful Sensitive = Business EQ
  12. 12. Find your own sense of pride Product Success > Pride Helena Lopes @ stocksnap.io Othering & tokenization Authenticity vs. inclusivity Career motivation
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