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CONTENT TYPE: Podcast | TOPIC: Management
Host George B. Thomas and guest Paul Flaharty discuss how to build a great marketing team in 2023, including how important it is to your future success and how company leaders can stay a step ahead of their business needs.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Career Management
Seattle is the most innovative city in America, according to a recent report from The Fabricator.
Most workers say they are feeling burned out but still plan to stay at their current job next year, according to an infographic covering findings from a survey of more than 2,000 workers.
CONTENT TYPE: Infographic | TOPIC: Management
This infographic looks at the most common signs of a toxic client and breaks down which signs are seen most often by employees, managers, and business leaders.
This infographic provides a flowchart showing when group meetings should be held and when you'd be better served taking a different approach, such as using a project management tool or sending an email.
CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Career Management
Why have so many people quit their jobs over the past few years? Is this 'Great Resignation' simply a case of workers finding better opportunities within the same industry, or is something deeper going on?
CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Marketing Strategy
Optimism for the US economy has plummeted among senior marketers, according to recent research from The CMO Survey.
How did the pandemic change workplace communication? Which technologies saw jumps in usage? What types of communication do workers now prefer? This infographic from Expert Marketing delves into those questions.
Which responsibilities do the best sales managers excel at? To find out, researchers at Rain Sales Training conducted a survey of more than 1,000 sellers and sales managers.
Nearly half of B2B salespeople say their jobs are now more difficult compared with pre-pandemic times, according to recent research from Jiminny.
CONTENT TYPE: Sponsored Article | TOPIC: Career Management
Somebody has to wrangle all those marketers to make sure they're getting their job done. Luckily, marketing ops is gaining popularity. Check out trends in the marketing ops profession.
Being a life-long learner can help you adapt and adjust over time. So, how can you ensure that you stay curious? This infographic explores tips for cultivating curiosity over the course of your career.
CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Management
Churn is the biggest concern both advertisers and agencies have regarding their media talent, according to recent research from ID Comms.
CONTENT TYPE: Chart | TOPIC: Public Relations
More than three quarters of comms and PR professionals say their volume of work has increased over the past few years, according to recent research from Ned’s Job of the Week and Sword and the Script Media.
Which skills, backgrounds, and capabilities do businesses look for when hiring social media managers?
This infographic explores the backgrounds of 20 CMOs at leading brands, including JPMorgan Chase, Snap, McDonald's, Salesforce, and TikTok.
CONTENT TYPE: Article | TOPIC: Career Management
Programmatic: it's not only an ad strategy aimed at acquiring customers but also a tool for recruiting employees. The technology allows employers to target and discover better job candidates.
Average salaries for digital marketing professionals in the United States have jumped by nearly a quarter over the past three years, according to recent research from MarTech and Chiefmartech.
Which workplace skills are Americans researching on search engines? To find out, Preply looked at Google Trends search data for 572 keywords related to professional skills.
Everyone's quitting their jobs! Or so it seems. In-house marketing teams are rare enough, so how do we keep marketers from leaving and making them even more rare? This article presents some ideas.
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