There are introverts working in every business; they are our clients, collaborators, managers, and even our leaders.
I scaled down my conference attendance this year, but one that I didn’t want to miss was the Contently summit in San Francisco in May
Project management is an art and science of compromise and balance, where “you win some, you lose some” may as well be the trade slogan.
It’s unavoidable for most creatives: they will inevitably end up in leadership positions. Data analysis from PayScale suggests that when creatives such as designers or copywriters advance in their careers, they usually take on a managerial role or pick a specialization.
We are thrilled to make our first keynote announcement for Collabosphere 2016: Dr. Cal Newport!
Project managers are often bombarded with feedback and concerns from stakeholders, sponsors, and team members, but seldom have the time, energy or opportunity to reciprocate and to discuss the little things that drive them crazy. I asked some seasoned leaders to do just that.
Want to give your creative marketing mind a workout? Embrace constraints. Meaningful ones, not just micro-budgets or Twitter character limits.
When collaborating over a marketing campaign, it’s important to understand the team dynamic. Some colleagues take constructive feedback in stride, while others may fall to pieces if it’s not said in the “right” way.