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How do you work towards win/win situations with stakeholders who's top-line goals are inversely correlated to your top line goals?
What are your key objectives and questions when meeting a new stakeholder, either with them or yourself as a new hire?
How do you ensure alignment when you have two senior executive stakeholders who disagree with each other on the proposed strategy and you are stuck in the middle?
What's a good way to approach decisions that other teams feel they should own vs. Product feels they should own?
Do you approach stakeholder management differently based on the team you're talking to? (Design, Marketing, Engineering, Sales, Customer Success). And if so, how?