My goal as a coach is to offer crystal-clear insights for you so you feel energized to focus on the highest leverage activities. At core, product management success is 80% about understanding you and the people around you. And through our coaching, you will walk with practical tips on how to forge allyship with your manager so they can help you advance in your career, how to make a business impact through your product and not manage a backlog, and infuse a strong customer-centric culture within your team.

During these transformative coaching sessions, I equip you with a powerful strategy towards you next career milestone that you can implement immediately. And we will do this such that the journey itself is joyful.

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I’ve had the opportunity to grow under Yogesh’s coaching for over a few years. During each interaction, Yogesh makes a deliberate effort to understand the crux of the areas that I seek his help in. His advice comes from genuine intent to help and is grounded in his practical experience. He creates an environment where I’ve felt comfortable to discuss topics in Product Management and topics that complement my career such as visa challenges. His PM Nirvana blog is also a wonderful resource to reference for multiple relevant topics for PMs. I have applied his input on multiple occasions and had valuable growth from that. I highly recommend Yogesh as a coach!
Pranav, Senior Product Manager, Microsoft

Yogesh’s guidance and support were instrumental in my success, and I highly recommend his coaching. Yogesh took the time to understand my specific needs and goals for the project. He customized his coaching approach to address my individual challenges and requirements, providing me with targeted guidance that directly contributed to the project's success. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worked with him and would highly recommend his coaching services to anyone seeking guidance from such a wonderful person/coach.
Suresh, Senior PM, Microsoft

I felt privileged to learn from your learnings, and how you framed and distilled everything you learned. It was like a quick cheat sheet to learn to be a PM - very practical tips of things you learned rather than the bookish content

-Senior PM, Microsoft