Do you ever feel like fear of failture follows you wherever you go? Whether it's a fear of losing your job, being ashamed of a mistake, or just fear of not having all your stuff together? Today, MarketHer faces fear head on.
Hi, my name is Brie, and I’m a Ruinous Empathizer. “What’s that,” you may ask? It’s a term from Radical Candor that articulates my “too nice” approach to collaborating with others (including when I worked with clients). For this reason, as I moved into my role of Director of Client Services in the spring of 2017, I was most nervous about how I’d perform as a manager.
We've all been there before. At some point in time in our careers, we've dealt with negativity. Whether it be the gossip mill, co-workers complaining, or having a boss who is downright unbearable, we've experienced it. But, have you ever felt just because you weren't in management, you had no power to make a change in the environment you work in? To affect a more positive atmosphere and culture? In this week's episode, we discuss these very things and how you might be able to affect change.
You ever feel like you're Superwoman(man) because you worked 70 hours in a week? How 'bout working weekends? Do you get hi-fives in the office because you're still there at 9pm? What is working long hours really doing for you? Does it really make you that much more productive?
Ah, the monthly marketing report… You either take data that’s already in HubSpot and manually type it into a complicated spreadsheet, or if you’re extra fancy, you take the data already in HubSpot and manually type it into a Powerpoint, and within a couple hours, you have a nifty report showing old data. Unfortunately, you know as a marketer, this isn’t super helpful, but it at least helps communicate to your stakeholders how the previous month went.
Reserved. Shy. Quiet. Stoic. I can't tell you how many times people have used these adjectives to describe me. It's true I am more apprehensive to react emotionally in the moment, which quite frankly I don't mind, but being called "shy" is - the -worst.
This week, we sat down with Chris Duprey, IMPACT's COO to get his take on our previous episode, How to Create More Woman CEOs. We thought we were all going to come out guns blazing, but our conversation was exactly what we (and you) needed -- A male's perspective on female CEOs and what it takes to get there (if that is really what you want.)
Are you a woman in a new leadership role experiencing challenges? Well, step right up, because we have a few stories for you!