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Many marketing and sales leaders are in the throes of 2014 planning. The “business as usual” crowd is asking “How will we perform in 2014 compared to the previous year?”

If you are a recently promoted senior marketing leader (CMO, VP of Marketing), and are looking for ways to dramatically improve your impact in your first six months, please join us for our next CMO breakfast:

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“The Outsider: How CMOs Can Quickly Gain Credibility

and Transform an Existing Marketing Team”

The days of the “hired gun” CMO have ended. …

How marketing and sales can collaborate to maximize sales.

Are marketing executives orbiting the new “big data galaxy” out of necessity, or curiosity?

Because it’s so much nicer–and more productive–when everyone gets along swimmingly.

When it comes to conversations with the CEO, marketing leaders are often speaking a different language. Here’s why.

It’s not you, it’s them. So put your focus on building strong customer relationships.

Are the creative aspects of your job being trumped by the analytical demands from the Board?

I recently launched a new program for marketing leaders: Lisa Nirell’s Making Marketing Waves™.

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