How to expense this course.
Most participants had their company pay for the course. Even if they didn’t have a formal training budget. Just follow these 3 simple steps:
Notify your manager
Give your manager a heads up to signal your interest and prepare the ground.
…or send your manager a quick chat message:
Don’t hesistate if you need anything
Email your manager
Short, personal emails are best. Copy the template below and tweak it for your context:
product psychology course expense
Hey boss, There’s a product psychology course that looks great. Enrollment starts on Aug 30th and I’d like to join. It’s a masterclass that shows how to apply psychology to build better products. It’s $1,500 USD (there’s also a plan at $1,000) and the reviews are excellent. There are alumni from Apple, Linkedin, Netflix, etc. The course is packed with practical tactics and tools (like product checklists and templates) that I’ll be able to use for our work. It’ll take me about 6 weeks to complete (1-3 hrs/week). In short, it’ll help us increase our conversions ethically and delight more customers. The instructors are well-known in the industry. Their case studies highlight psychological principles used by popular apps/saas. Here’s the link: https://growth.design/course Is it OK to expense this? P.S. should we offer it to the team? (they have a team discount)
Follow-up after 3 days
Your manager is a busy person? Reply with this reminder if you haven’t heard back from them:
RE: product psychology course expense
Hey boss, have you had time to look at the product psychology course I sent you? I really believe it’d help us improve our product. Here’s the link: https://growth.design/course Let me know, P.S. their enrollment starts on Aug 30
Enjoy the course!
PS: If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach us at email@example.com. We’ll respond quickly. See you inside the program!
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