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2021 Winning Talent Strategies

January 4, 2021   By Susan Rylance

Although 2020 wasn’t the year we expected, we learned a lot about ourselves, our teams, and what it means to be a true leader of our teams as we guided our teams through new ventures we haven’t experienced before.   

As leaders, 2020 helped us understand what authentic leadership really means and helped guide us as we engaged with our teams, assessed our teams and new roles and processes to navigate the acceleration of our digital worlds.

On December 16th, Susan Rylance, Lana Slygh, and Eric Harkins gathered to discuss lessons learned and talent strategies that will help guide us as we head into 2021.

You can watch the full replay here.

 

VP Growth

Susan has over 20 years of experience helping companies grow their marketing teams and have built a network of seasoned marketing and digital professionals across the country. She has helped many SMB and Fortune 500 companies build their marketing and digital teams allowing them to focus on their overall business strategies and goals.

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