In this week’s podcast episode, I have an interesting discussion with my guest, Kelly Gordon about how you can use your project management software to bring out the best in your team members. We also cover the differences between button-pushers and strategy people and how to manage them, and what you can do so you don’t miss a beat when somebody in your agency leaves, and a whole lot more!
This type of meeting is what I discuss in the third and last episode of the series 3 Meeting You Must Run in Your Agency. I share how we conduct a weekly leadership meeting and what we cover during that meeting. I also talk about how crucial the role of a CEO is and how leadership teams help make CEOs accountable, and a lot more.
In today’s episode, I talk about the Weekly Sandwich Meeting. It’s the second episode of the three-part series 3 Meetings You Must Run In Your Agency. If you’re excited to jumpstart your weekly meeting or improve the one you’re currently doing, I encourage you to tune in to this episode.
In today’s podcast episode, I talk about the Daily Deadline Meeting. This episode is the first of the podcast series 3 Meetings You Run In Your Agency. I discuss and share with you the measure of a successful meeting and why people dread meetings. I also talk about how we, at DUDE, conduct our daily deadline meetings and the advantages of doing so.
My interview with Matt Plapp, CEO of Driven Media Solutions, places a focus on this topic. He bravely shares why the agencies he coached before COVID failed and shut down during the pandemic. He talks about the shiny object syndrome and why you need to avoid it at all costs. We also discuss how COVID became a blessing to the agency industry and the top three things that will make you fail at running your agency.
People are an agency’s best resource. The right people on your team will help your agency scale and become more profitable, but the wrong people will cost you a lot. I have learned my lesson over the years and would like to share how we moved past hiring difficulties and now have a great team of people comprising DUDE.
She speaks on her mindset around corporate culture, managing a team during the pandemic, and being honest and transparent with hiring and managing your team.
He speaks on the fears he had to overcome and the mindset shifts he needed to make in order to make this transition to full-time, along with why they decided to focus on Shopify as their niche.
In this episode, Clayton Joyner from Turbo medical marketing tells his story on how they made the Inc 5,000 list for their work that they did in 2019. He also shares his experience on how he started his journey in marketing and how it helped him to launch their agency.
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