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  • What must marketers think about today to ensure they and their companies are performing better than ever 10 years from now? Here are five ways to future-proof your career and ensure your company's success.

  • Work-life balance is something that many are in search of, but few find. Learn how to break out of the cycle of being knocked off balance, and how to establish boundaries that allow you to be your best both personally and professionally.

  • How can you ensure that your team members—or, more generally, all those at your company, employees and execs alike—get to and stay in mentally and emotionally healthy place? And should that really be a business concern?

  • Chief marketing officers have the shortest average tenure among C-suite executives at large US companies, followed by chief human resources officers, according to recent research from Korn Ferry.

  • You've heard the truism: Employees don't leave jobs or companies, they leave managers and bosses. Nearly two-thirds of employees have at one time or another left a job or plan to leave because of their manager or boss.

  • Investing in your team's skills and know-how can help improve your company's performance and create an impressive talent pool for future openings in your organization. Encourage professional development to reap the benefits of having loyal, motivated, and skilled employees.

  • Allowing employees to work some or all of the time outside your offices offers tangible business benefits, but also challenges related to communication, collaboration, and management. These lesser-known tools can help you mitigate the challenges and reap the benefits of remote teams.

  • If you're a CMO, or plan to be one someday, and you're in job-acquisition or job-preservation mode, you're probably contemplating the skills a high-level marketing professional will need to stay relevant, employable, and successful in the coming years. Here is what you need to know.

  • Be More Pirate author Sam Conniff explains how the innovative strategies pioneered by Golden Age pirates fuel the success of modern day rebels like Elon Musk and Banksy, and how those same strategies can work for you.

  • Business travel—seeing the world and enjoying great food—is great. Except when it isn't. It turns out that business and leisure travel have differing effects on personal health and well-being, even though in both cases travel disrupts our daily routines.

  • Most companies plan to add new hires to their creative (i.e., non-technical) marketing teams in the first half of 2020, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • Marketing has evolved, as has the customer experience: A signature on the dotted line is now just the beginning. CMOs—all marketers—have new roles and so need new skills; foremost is the ability to wear many hats at once. These 5 guiding principles will help you navigate this new world.

  • Job applicants tend to overestimate the impact of knowing someone at the company during the hiring process, and they underestimate the impact of personality, according to recent research from Simply Hired.

  • Being a marketing leader in 2019 is more challenging than it was in 2018. In 2018, more challenging than in 2017... and 2016... and so on. Marketing gets faster, more frenetic and challenging every year—every month, week, and day. But there's much to be thankful for.

  • Our workdays are in a permanent state of tug-of-war between deadlines and distractions, waged on a battlefield of meetings, projects, and campaigns—and planning, managing, and creating... Can we learn from how Bill Gates recharges and refocuses?

  • John Jantsch, small business marketing speaker, marketing consultant, and bestselling author of several books—including Duct Tape Marketing; Duct Tape Selling; The Commitment Engine; and The Referral Engine—shares tips from his latest, The Self-Reliant Entrepreneur: 366 Daily Meditations to Feed Your Soul and Grow Your Business.

  • This article is for ambitious marketers. If you're one, you know that publishing the occasional blog post, though worthwhile, isn't enough to build authority. So, what can you do if you want to make a big-time dent in the infosphere? You need to do more—such as these five potent authority-builders.

  • As just about any manager will tell you, managing projects and tasks is hard enough, but managing people is often the hardest of all management responsibilities. Not least among the challenges: what you say can have potentially serious consequences.

  • The median starting salary for a corporate vice-president of marketing in the United States is expected to be $145,000 in 2020, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • Insufficient pay is the top reason workers in the United States consider quitting their jobs, according to recent research from Signs.com.