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Jasmine Kyles
"Of Fortune 500 companies, only 21 are led by women. That’s only 4% representation; even the Senate has around 20% women. But the question is, why does this matter? Is the issue of gender parity in the workplace really an issue?"   What could happen if more women were in leadership positions? Leveling of the gender pay gap More diverse voices =… (Show more)
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Jasmine Kyles
Earlier this year, TIME unveiled Firsts, a multimedia project featuring candid interviews with 46 groundbreaking women. Each one features women who have broken the glass ceiling in their field - tech, Hollywood, politics, sports, science, etc. All of the photos were even shot on an iPhone by Brazilian photographer Luisa Dörr. (Read more about… (Show more)
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Aslihan Harvell
According to Gallup associates, 55% of Americans have no preference about the gender of their boss, and men (68%) are more likely than women (44%) to lack preference.   "Just as the percentage of employed Americans working for a female boss hasn't changed much in recent years, women remain scarce in upper management levels. In June, Fortune… (Show more)
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Ariel Sasso
Hi Everyone!   I am very excited to start this group and give visibility to women in this profession. I ask you all to invite anyone who might want to join, or contribute. This may be slow for a while, but my hope is that we can build a strong network of connections that can benefit the group and help bring awareness to the successful and… (Show more)
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Aslihan Harvell
"Even though today's work and life reality is more flexible than you think, managing our day-to-day in a 24/7 economy can still be a challenge. As the founder of Flex+Strategy Group, a growing business that helps create a flexible work culture for clients, and as a woman with two kids and a husband, I face the same array of seemingly endless… (Show more)
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Karina Guerra
A quick piece of information that I got confirmed by Marketo Support that I thought is worth sharing:   When you add leads to your 'Marketing Suspended' List, these leads will be not receive Marketo Emails but emails from Salesforce can be sent out.   Be mindful that suspending doesn't mean unsubscribing.       You can create your own rules… (Show more)
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Karina Guerra
Analysis should be a habit and it has to be followed by actions.   Document your findings and if possible discuss them with your team.   Your numbers share a story and if you listen to what they say there are lots of learnings that you can get from spending some time understanding your reports.   This is one example that I recently went… (Show more)
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Karina Guerra
With the boom of social media, social icons have become really important in our email communications. This trend has been changing slowly during the last few years since marketers have realised that social icons could also distract the completion of the most important call to action.   I have put together some examples of what companies are… (Show more)
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Madhu Gulati
ShowMeLeads is hiring for one of the most desirable company in Silicon Valley..   As a Sr Marketing Operations Specialist your job will to partner with our clients to make them successful in their Marketing Automation efforts. This includes:   Supporting Marketo Programs soup to nuts Implementing New Processes and Procedures to Support your… (Show more)
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