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Stacey Politi is the a Marketing consultant, advisor, and board member. Previously Stacey served as CMO of MainStreet and previously worked at Starz, Lionsgate, Sony, Yahoo, NBC, and Skechers. Stacey has led teams as large as 100+ marketers and creatives through strategy development, effective execution, and post mortem analysis. She is a results-driven leader building high performing, collaborative teams that create innovative cross-channel campaigns to drive awareness, acquire and retain lifelong customers. Stacey has an extensive background in marketing at various media companies. Most recently she served as the Senior Vice President/Head of Marketing at First Look Media where Stacey set the overarching marketing strategy and efforts across the for profit and non-profit operations, including Topic Studios -- film and television production -- The Intercept (journalism), Field of Vision (documentaries), Topic.com, The Nib (political cartoons), and its Press Freedom Defense Fund. Previously, Politi served as Vice President of Marketing at Crackle, Sony's streaming network, where she led all customer acquisition and retention, brand positioning, B2B, social media, product marketing and sales support across 28 mobile, desktop, OTT, and streaming platforms. Politi also served as the as head of marketing for Yahoo Screen, Digital Marketing Manager for NBCUniversal as well as Social Media & Mobile Marketing Manager for Skechers USA. Stacey is a graduate of UCLA where she earned her B.A. in History and Comparative Religion and is currently based in Los Angeles. Stacey is an Internet enthusiast, pop-culture devotee, cereal aficionado, public transportation zealot, Coke Zero fiend, Inigo Montoya disciple, first generation American, and proud daughter of a @HIAS refugee.
It starts with the right topic and a diverse group of thought leaders. The uptick in on-demand podcasts continues to attract a diverse group of audience members and spans all industries. Therefore, it's important for business leaders, who are interested in launching a brand-related or independent digital listening series to develop a smart, niche concept and then bring in the right guests. To give the people what they want through added value content, it's not a bad idea to test the waters first to ensure you are on the right track with potential clients and customers. Below are 13 tips Fast Company Executive Board members want other leaders to consider if they are thinking about expanding their company's brand awareness through the development of a podcast series.
Leading business professionals offer tips to engage team members all year round. When the holiday season is over and the company is entering a slow business period, it's common for employees to become easily distracted or disengaged if there is no action plan and nothing to look forward to at work. It can also cause some staff members to feel uninspired until the next big project comes along and the business is back up and running at a normal pace. No matter what time of year it is some employees may be feeling stuck, creatively, or in a siloed state of mind. Below, 16 Fast Company Executive Board members discuss their ideas to start conversations and spark creativity and collaboration among your employees, all 12 months.
13 techniques to maintain productivity and work-life balance. While everyone on the planet is dealt the same 24 hours to get things done, it can still be tricky at times to find the right work-life balance habits. Measuring the minutes and hours spent on a daily activity is one way to evaluate how to reduce typical workweek hours and delegate some of the workload. When it comes to setting up boundaries so you can focus on the areas that really need your attention and talent, no one is better suited to protect (and respect) your time but you. In the end, this approach will lead you on the path of professional and personal growth. To transform a 60-hour workweek to 30 to 40 hours, try these tried and true techniques from 13 Fast Company Executive Board members.
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