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  • Author Dan Schawbel shares research and insight from his latest book, "Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation." He explains how companies can combat employee isolation to improve engagement and retention.

  • Best-selling author Allison Maslan shares tips from her latest book, Scale or Fail: How to Build Your Dream Team, Explode Your Growth, and Let Your Business Soar.

  • Cross-functional teams help a business run more effectively, but it's easy for cross-function to become disfunction. Here are traps to avoid and tips to follow to help your teams work well together.

  • Cognitive biases--thought traps--are the enemy of rational decisions. But rational decisions based on data are vital for marketing and business success. Avoid these common cognitive biases.

  • What is the state of work in 2018? Are workers at large companies happy with their colleagues, productive at the office, and fulfilled by their jobs? Check out the findings of this Workfront study.

  • Collaboration—with internal teams, as well as clients and agencies—is not always simple. And it's easy to feel like it's not worth it, but it really is (we promise)! We'll show you how to effectively use collaboration and the power of diverse perspectives to improve business results. Sponsored by OpenText Hightail.

  • Video is useful for more than just your marketing. Imagine using videos to make your hiring and onboarding processes more efficient. Here's how a video content management system can help you do that.

  • As a marketer, you've likely asked yourself or your team how you can best deliver value to your customers. Adopting an Agile marketing strategy might well be the best answer to that question.

  • Marketers have heaps of customer and business insight to offer, and many CMOs want to contribute to their brands more strategically than they currently are. See why that's important and how you can make your marketing voice heard.

  • The median starting salary for a corporate chief marketing officer (CMO) in the United States is expected to be $164,000 in 2019, according to recent research from The Creative Group.

  • You've been dancing around the idea of looking at other marketing automation software, but are dreading hopping into the funnel yourself—being content-marketed to, thought-leadershipped-to, and sales-pitched-at. You just want a straight-up, no-BS demo of some new software. Sponsored by Mautic.

  • Every organization wants to set up Sales for success, but where to start? Improving the personalization and automation of your content now is a great way to make sure 2019 is a successful year.

  • Your data is more valuable than you may know. These three strategies will help you maximize the value of your data and use it to achieve marketing and business objectives.

  • Your customer service team is either helping you retain customers... or it's helping you lose them. By overcoming these three challenges of customer service, you can give your customers better experiences and outshine competitors.

  • Marketers need go beyond learning skills if they want to get a job. They should increase creativity, resiliency, and other characteristics—and employers should assess those types of traits when hiring.

  • Want to increase your social presence while also boosting employee engagement? Here are 10 steps to launching a successful employee advocacy program.

  • Revolutionize your marketing with the three crucial stages of digital transformation. Learn how to finally overcome internal team silos, create the right processes to support your customers, and reinforce your operating model with the right Martech stack. Sponsored by Workfront.

  • Job candidates say the factors most damaging to a potential employer's brand are a reputation for poor work-life balance and excessive turnover, according to recent research from MRINetwork.

  • Phew—you survived GDPR! Time to relax and... wait, what? The California Consumer Privacy Act was recently passed? Here's how marketers can get ahead of the competition by preparing for the new legislation that goes into effect in 2020.

  • Brands can partner with influencers in a variety of ways. A study reveals the 15 most common methods—and the ones among them that influencers find most successful.