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Leadership Book Reviews

Reflections On Radical Candor: Review From a Recovering Ruinous Empathizer

By: Brie Rangel February 20th, 2018

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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.

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Creator's Block Leadership Podcasts & Shows

"Complaining About Clients & Playing the Victim" (Creator's Block, Ep. 61)

By: Liz Murphy February 13th, 2018

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Last week, while I was in the office, I remember saying to someone as a joke, "Our jobs would be perfect if it weren’t for clients, am I right?"

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Agency Growth Leadership

How You Can Be a Better Mentor (Or at Least Try How I Do It)

By: Chris Duprey February 12th, 2018

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So, you’re not seeing the results you want from your team. You’re baby-stepping. You’re doing the work -- but your team isn’t developing, moving the ball forward, or doing great work and moving it into the done column. You and your team aren’t having fun anymore... Your team is missing revenue goals. Team velocity is stagnant at best. For some reason, your team can’t break through and deliver the outcomes necessary to fulfill their purpose. The truth is -- It may not be them.

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Creator's Block Leadership Podcasts & Shows

"Even Workplace Gladiators Need Naps, a Minisode" (Creator's Block, Ep. 59)

By: Liz Murphy January 30th, 2018

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Week after week, Marcella, Jessie-Lee, and I talk about topics that help us work smarter and create better. This, however, is not one of those weeks.

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Sales Leadership

Managing a Sales Team: 7 Lessons from a First-Time Sales Leader

By: Tom DiScipio January 25th, 2018

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I wasn’t always in Sales. I graduated college with a degree in Graphic Design and Presentation and minored in Art. My first real job out of college was working as a production associate at a local sign shop, assisting with digital design and installation of signage. Fortunately for me, the next step in my career was joining Bob in the early days of IMPACT, continuing the execution of creative work. As we grew our client base, I got a taste of what it meant to be in direct connection with the client.

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Creator's Block Leadership Podcasts & Shows

"Male vs. Female Leadership Expectations" (Creator's Block, Ep. 58)

By: Liz Murphy January 23rd, 2018

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Back in early December, Jessie-Lee cruelly abandoned Marcella and myself, and we were left to our own devices to record our 51st episode -- Are Undermining Words a Crime?

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Leadership Book Reviews

How I Actually Find Time to Learn & Know My Team

By: Chris Duprey January 22nd, 2018

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4:29 a.m.   I did it again. I'm 60 seconds away from my alarm going off, and I’ve carelessly wasted the extra minute of sleep I could have gotten. Another day begins.

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IMPACT Stories Agency Growth Leadership

How We Create a Culture of True Transparency at IMPACT (& Why)

By: Chris Duprey January 12th, 2018

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IMPACT is known for its transparency within the inbound marketing community. We tell it like it is. If HubSpot does something that doesn’t make sense, we talk about it. And after IMPACT went through a rough period back in 2015, Bob didn’t hide behind a veil of secrecy. He started writing about it and talking about it. A lot.

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