How to Be a Marketing Maestro (Free eBook)

Do you have what it takes to lead successfully in today’s fast-changing marketing environment?

That’s the tough question posed in Be a Marketing Maestro, a new eBook from Direct Marketing News and sponsored by Teradata. To thrive as a marketing leader today, you must learn how to create harmony in a cacophonous marketing environment.Be a Marketing Maestro: Marketing Leadership eBook

In this eBook, you will discover:

  • The traits, talents and skills required to succeed in marketing leadership today
  • How to lead your team to success

  • Insights from 12 top marketing leaders and industry specialists (I share insights from my latest book, The Mindful Marketer)

You can download the eBook for free here. Once you’ve read it, please share your thought and comments below. Which insights did you find most helpful? Surprising? Challenging?

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