Remote, Part-Time, and Flexible (1-10 hours/week, $150-225/hr)
BestPracticer (https://bestpracticer.com) helps modern workers continuously upgrade their skills and excel at work. We deeply believe that all people are capable of growth and rapid skill development, particularly when they have an expert in their corner.
We're bringing structured, on-the-job learning to product designers up and down the org, from entry-level roles to senior product designers, VPs of Designs & CDOs, and beyond. Our new approach is based on domain expertise, authoritative content, and a clear methodology. On BestPracticer, any accomplished product design professional can become a rockstar coach. The only requirement is that you love working 1-1 with individuals that are eager to learn.
This post is about coaching design leaders but we're also looking for coaches for IC designers here: Product Design Coach at BestPracticer
About The Role
- Work 1-1 with product design leaders: We match you with individuals across a variety of companies that are eager to learn from your skills and experience. You'll meet with them on a regular basis to help them learn and grow using the BestPracticer Design Leadership curriculum and coaching methodology. We match learners with coaches that are 1-2 levels ahead of them, so to coach product design leaders, you might be anywhere from a Product Design Manager (coach people who have just moved into a people management role) to VP of Design or CDO (coach other VPPs / CDOs).
- Help learners overcome on-the-job challenges: Use your expertise and perspective to give learners actionable steps to take with confidence towards solving work challenges and performing at the peak of their ability.
- Teach skills that are valuable throughout a learner's career: Use BestPracticer content and skill maps to help learners identify and focus on the skills that will enable them to achieve their long-term career goals.
- Build meaningful relationships: The most fun and rewarding part of being a coach on BestPracticer are the connections you make. You'll build deep relationships with like-minded individuals in the industry, share in their challenges and wins, and help someone make meaningful, career-changing progress.
- You have at least a couple of years of product design leadership (including people management) experience, leading product design teams in startup and/or large company environments.
- You enjoy leading teams of product designers to build great products and you're dedicated to the craft of product design leadership.
- You particularly enjoy the 1-1 aspects of leadership, helping individuals reach their full potential through mentorship and coaching.
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