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What it Takes to be a Community Coach?

"If decide to be a community coach, then I want to do a good job, but I will need some help and support as I learn."

Simple.

  1. Join the ‘Community Coaches’ group within the community
  2. Read 1-8 blogs on mentoring PMs (Click Here)
  3. Practice annotation demonstration and goal setting techniques with other coaches
  4. Practice milestone roadmapping methods (Click Here to Learn More)
  5. Work with other coaches for community best-practices using community features to accomplish user milestones.
  6. Ask a coach you’ve worked with to sponsor you. They will contact pmNERDS through email to put you on a mentoring list. Wait to be contacted by your first new member.

Remember, if you ever have questions or doubts you can always reach out to your group for support.

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