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Women Leading the Way
This exciting editorial series showcases leaders from a diverse set of industries, companies and career stages who are marketing trailblazers and game-changers. Sponsored by Cisco.
Take Your Seat at the Table
Hear success stories from women in marketing at top companies that will leave you feeling inspired and armed with practical tools to take back to the office.
Young Women at Work
This program is designed to support entry and mid-level female professionals in succeeding in the workplace, who want guidance on self-promotion and advocacy, leadership training, or tools for overcoming obstacles and barriers.
Latest Women In Marketing Resources
Sage Career Advice from a Top J & J Division President
We had an in-depth discussion with Duda Kertész, President of U.S. Skin Health at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health. We asked her what advice she would give up and coming marketers.
6 Tips to Navigate Office Politics
No workplace is perfect. Office politics exist everywhere — though in varying types and degrees. Research shows its prevalence: It has been reported that 93% of managers claim workplace politics exist in their organization, and 70% feel that to achieve success, a person must engage in politics.
Duda Kertesz, President of J&J Skin Health, Driving Brand Equity: Women Leading the Way Profile
Duda Kertész is truly a Global Leader. She is President of U.S. Skin Health, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health. With over two decades of experience in consumer healthcare across Latin America and the United States, Duda is known for her ability to shape business strategy, drive brand equity and consumer advocacy as well as build high-performing, diverse teams with strong inclusive culture.
The Evolution of B2B Marketing
For some people, change is terrifying because it often involves risk and uncertainty. Others embrace change as an opportunity for a new adventure that can help them evolve and grow.
A Network That Elevates Your Net Worth: Landing Your Dream Job Without A Resume
Your resume has been refreshed for the new job search. On it, you have placed your latest credentials and updated your summary. You even had a friend assess your cover letter. Now you are ready for that next new job.
Women Leading The Way: An Interview With Marilyn Markham Of American Express Global Business Travel
Marilyn Markham is a tour de force. Her title of “Head of Salesforce Center of Excellence” at American Express Global Business Travel (GBT) can’t contain her.
Let an Applicant Tracking System Be Your Friend
At several points over the course of your career, you’ll embark on the competitive mission to get eyeballs on your resume — but before you try wooing a recruiter, there’s another obstacle to contend with: the applicant tracking system (ATS).
5 Strategies To Help Marketers Navigate Stress, Difficult Discussions, And Workplace Conflict
According to the report “Workplace Conflict and How Businesses Can Harness It to Thrive,” 85 percent of employees deal with conflict on some level. Friction can take many forms, such as discriminatory practices in the workplace, interoffice politics, or challenges working within a team dynamic.
Global Marketing Executive Shares Strategies on Navigating This ‘Transition Year’
Margaret Molloy has completed various “tours of duty” to become the marketing executive she is today. That started with her childhood spent growing up on a dairy farm in Ireland and then included more formal training in diverse areas from government to tech to product marketing.
The Future of the CMO: Beyond Changing Roles with Joanna Seddon, CEO of Presciant
The signs are obvious. First, big brands began to eliminate the CMO position. It happened at companies ranging from J&J, Coca-Cola and Taco Bell to Uber and Lyft. Others, like PayPal and Unilever, flip-flopped by removing the CMO title, only to reinstate it.
Companies Must Become Publishers: An Interview with Susan Varty
We interviewed Susan to get a better understanding of what being a publisher means for companies, the benefits it brings, and the challenges of adopting this strategy.
Brilliant Marketers: A Year Round Celebration of Marketing Excellence
Showcasing marketing excellence is a point of pride for AMA New York. Our platform provides opportunities for us to learn from each other’s experiences and celebrate our successes.