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There is a consensus that strong company culture is linked to business success, according to 94% of executives and 88% of employees.  Although culture is a word that is used a lot in relation to work, what exactly does it mean? In the broadest sense, culture is defined as “the ideas, customs, and social behavior of a particular people or society.” That definition can be applied to any group of people: a country, a religious…

We recently introduced ✨File Collections, a new feature inside Gain where you can house all of the content your team creates for easy previewing, collaboration, and most importantly, approval. Your team can now upload and preview any type of content, including images, videos, PDFs, vector files, Word documents, Photoshop and Illustrator files, TV ads, and more, alongside social media posts – and keep everything organized in one place. With the support of all types of…

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.…

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…

Delays in the content approval process are one of the top reasons marketers miss deadlines. According to a Workfront survey, 37% of marketers say approvals set back their projects three to four days on average. Some marketers even report that approvals set projects back more than a week. Sometimes life happens, and things get lost in the shuffle. However, if your agency is always waiting for approvals to go through, the consequences can be enormous.…

It’s not hard to see why working remote is appealing – it certainly has its perks. You spend less time commuting, have more autonomy, and face fewer distractions. The positives of remote work far outweigh any negatives. However, it can be difficult to form strong bonds with your teammates when you don’t work in the same office. According to Igloo’s 2019 State of the Digital Workplace Report, 70% of remote employees feel left out of…

When summer hits, it can be easy to get distracted from doing anything work-related. You might find yourself daydreaming about an upcoming beach trip or some other fun-filled activity. It’s hard to get motivated when nearly half of the office is out on vacation. The good news is that you’re not the only one who has trouble maintaining a high productivity level during the warm weather months. According to Grasshopper, 25% of workers feel less…

Everyone fails at something at some point or another. It’s not a question of if it will happen, but when. The important thing is to learn how to navigate failure and to make the best of it, especially when you are working as a team. Failure can be a valuable teacher. It can push you to reexamine your assumptions, analyze your processes and pipelines, get creative with new strategies, and make changes for the better. …

As client demands increase and managers expect high levels of productivity from their employees, team members can quickly become overworked and experience burnout. A Gallup study of nearly 7,500 full-time employees revealed that about two-thirds of workers experience burnout on the job. Thirty-two percent of employees cited an unmanageable workload as a top contributor to burnout. When employees are overworked and stressed, they may find it challenging to complete all of their tasks. As their…

Productivity tools can help both individuals and teams stay on track. However, introducing a new productivity tool into your existing workflows can be challenging. Try to convince your team to adopt yet another digital tool, and you’ll likely be met with some resistance. That said, introducing a new tool that can help save time, resources, and provide a productivity boost doesn’t have to result in confusion or confrontation if you plan properly. Here are four…