Screening for Company Culture Fit, HubSpot's New Customer Feedback Dashboard, & Why Mom-Friendly Company Cultures Benefit Everyone ...This Is THE LATEST!
While doing some research this weekend for a project, I came across a staggering statistic.
Almost 30 percent of responding adults said they would give up seeing their friends in person before they would surrender their smartphone, according to The Boston Consulting Group.
Look, I'll be the first to admit that this 2017 New Yorker cartoon speaks to me on an almost spiritual level...
Still, I'm amazed at how quickly we all seem to forget that -- even with so much technology at our fingertips -- we are still human beings who crave human contact, validation, and interaction.
In the context of marketing and sales, buyers may be going out of their way to avoid speaking with someone in sales -- but look at the rise of conversational marketing.
We now live in a digital age where buyers are not only demanding authenticity from brands, they also want to have real-time, human conversations with them.
And if we were to look inward at our own organizations, it doesn't matter if you are starting to embrace remote workers as part of your team; the company culture you create with your people still matters.
⁉️ 3 Culture Fit Questions You Should Ask to See If a Candidate Is a Good Fit for Your Company
“There's a cheesy quote about how values don't mean anything until they're difficult to act on, and that has proven itself to be true to me time and time again as a leader. When asking myself the question of what kind of leader do I want to be, I want to be the leader that follows through on what I promise to my team and my customers.”
In an interview with video conferencing technology company Owl Labs, Know Your Team CEO Claire Lew discusses the company’s origins as an internal Basecamp tool, why remote companies have an advantage over co-located teams, and how she made the tough decision to change the company’s name and product direction just a couple of months ago.
👩👧👦Mom-Friendly Company Cultures Benefit Your Company & Future Generations
In this month’s Website Throwdown, we have speaker, bestselling author, and marketing strategist David Meerman Scott joining the ring to critique a few hand-picked sites with our panel of experts. They’ll be reviewing everything from content and design to SEO and conversion paths. The deadline has passed to submit your website for critique, but you can still save your seat as a "ringside" spectator.