What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Marketing Manager in Cranston:
"Change is the only constant."
There is no secret to what drives today's lines of communication. It's technology. Being able to plan to adapt is perhaps the best advice I could offer.
Marketing Manager in Washington:
"Learn About the Company."
It's important to build relationships with internal staff and the interested public, but always keep an eye on the success of the company as well.
Marketing Manager in Philadelphia:
"Marketing Advice For Non Profit Marketers."
Develop a strong connection and collaborate regularly with operations.
Marketing Manager in Miami:
Ask a ton of questions. When joining a company with so many offices across the globe it is important to understand as much as possible, across every area possible. The only way to do this is by being proactive and asking questions. Everyone knows your new and no one expects you to know the intricate details of daily function. Don't be afraid to ask questions pertaining to your job and the business model.
Marketing Manager in Los Angeles:
"Balance Between Work And Personal Life Is Most Important."
Realize going in it will be a lot of work, and a lot of fun. While stressful a lot of the time, enjoy what you do.