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Creatives need to prepare for the ups and downs of the industry--as well as burn out (which happens more than you think). Start saving. Yesterday. Create a F*ck It Bucket for exactly that: the time when you say "f*ck it" and walk away. You'll thank yourself.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #team work
Kari Niles
VP, Sr. Creative Director @ Audible

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If you are a manager or not, you should always ask for feedback and really reflect on it to create change and progress.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #advertising #team work
Anastasia Sorokina
@ Sapient Razorfish

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As a manager, it's important for you, your managee, and the work itself that you be entirely honest. Tough conversations often require a written list of topics to use as a check-list. It'll help you keep on track, get it all out, and frame the feedback in an actionable way.

#mid-level professional #introvert #advertising #experience #leadership skills #team work
Kari Niles
VP, Sr. Creative Director @ Audible

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If you're a creative manager/leader, never - ever - compare someone in your team to their colleagues. The "you should be more like so-and-so" talk helps nobody. It shatters a team member's confidence and you won't achieve what you wanted with the comparison. There are better ways to give constructive criticism to help your creative team blossom.

#senior level professional #extrovert #advertising #leadership skills
Ale Lariu
Co-Founder @ SheSays

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The one thing I’ve learned is leadership doesn’t have to have titles attached to it. So whether you are at an associate level or a CEO, you are constantly in situations where you have to act as a leader. How are you going to act in a particular situation? Are you going to be decisive and direct, or are you going to be passive aggressive? What judgment are you going to execute at that moment? Leadership is not about titles.

#mid-level professional #ambivert #strategy #leadership skills
Jinal Shah
S'well VP, E-commerce & Omnichannel Marketing @ S'well

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