Product Managers partner with a cross functional team to drive significant product portfolio growth across the U.S. They research, analyze, and propose changes in products or services that will increase sales and market share. They also implement product marketing on regional and national levels that is directed toward both customers and sales staff. Product Managers provide product training to customers to show the proper use and installation of products and processes. They collaborate with internal and external customers to develop regional and national sales forecasts, budgets, and goals.
Product Managers’ Interests tend to be: Enterprising
“Adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, energetic, enthusiastic, confident, and optimistic. They are dominant, persuasive, and motivational. They like influencing others, being in charge, taking risks, debating, and competing.”
Product Managers are skilled at active listening, speaking, and written communication with customers and associates to understand and convey information clearly. They are aware of the feelings of others and understand their reactions. Product Managers use logic and critical thinking to make product recommendations, create forecasts, and apply product marketing to drive strong sales.
Product Managers can be described as dependable and stay focused on their goals. They are willing to take the lead and enjoy taking on new challenges. They also are open to change and remain flexible.
Product Managers most value independence and the ability to make decisions. They also value the opportunity to use their strengths to get results, and good, safe working conditions.