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For many, coming back to work after the holidays can be tough. You’ve spent the last few weeks enjoying all of the festivities, spending time with family, and relaxing. It’s challenging to find motivation to get back in the swing of things. It’s highly unlikely that your employees will return to the office, ready to dive headfirst into work. However, there are some things you can to help pull them out of the post-holiday lull.…

As consumer demands increase, so do the expectations of brands. You may be helping your clients publish content for a new website or launch a campaign for a new product feature. Before you know it, the projects pile up, and your team is busier than ever. Managing a heavy workload can be exhausting and may cause burnout among your team members. They might have trouble completing projects, and their quality of work may suffer. When…

Your team handles numerous projects and tasks for various clients every day. Tackling everything at once can lead to chaos and burnout. Instead, it’s necessary to step back and prioritize your client work. As the saying goes, when everything is a priority, nothing is a priority. Prioritizing client work, however, is easier said than done and can be one of the biggest challenges for managers and leaders. Here are a few tips to help your…

Client feedback is an absolute necessity for agencies. Without it, you can’t deliver work that meets your clients’ expectations, and clients can’t achieve their goals. However, not all feedback is equal. Sometimes, the feedback you get from clients isn’t always helpful. They might give vague input or have trouble articulating their thoughts, leaving you clueless and unsure of what they actually want. With so much room for miscommunication and confusion, it’s easy to end up…

You’ve just brought a new client on board. Congratulations! The new client-agency relationship can be an exciting time for both parties. However, it’s essential to make sure you build a solid partnership from the start. Research from R3 revealed that the industry average for the length of a client-agency relationship is 3.2 years. It also showed that the average length of the 40 best client-agency relationships is 22 years. A good relationship tends to result…

Excellent communication is vital to a healthy relationship with clients. It helps you manage expectations, allows your team to deliver high-quality work, and, most importantly, keeps clients happy. Satisfied clients are necessary for the success of any business. However, not communicating well, or enough, can cause the relationship to go south quickly. It can ruin the trust you’ve built with clients and cost you your business. The stakes are high when client communication is the…

The option to work remotely is on the top of everybody’s wish lists these days. Almost two thirds of US companies have distributed or partially distributed teams, and studies predict this number will increase in coming years, becoming the majority of the workforce by 2027.  A key part of the discussion about remote work centers around productivity and flexibility. While some worry that without proper supervision their employees might slack off, a two-year Stanford study…

Email is a fact of life. But if you aren’t careful, it can consume your workday as well as your time at home. Research by Carleton University reveals that people spend one-third of their time at the office – and almost half of the time they work at home – reading and responding to emails. Moreover, the emails aren’t urgent 30% of the time.  Your inbox can get out of control quickly as the emails…

Collaboration plays a massive role in the success of any organization. It allows teams to share the workload and keeps projects moving along smoothly. When the entire team combines their strengths to work together towards a common goal, significant results can happen. On the other hand, teams that struggle to work together will likely fail to complete projects and meet goals on time. According to Clear Company, 97% of employees and executives believe lack of…

Strong productivity in the workplace is vital to building a successful company. It leads to higher output, which means increased profits for your organization. High productivity also boosts employee morale. On the other hand, the effects can be detrimental when employees fail to complete their work in the allotted time. From stress and communication to the proper training and tools, there are numerous reasons why your employees may not be getting much work done. But…