Who doesn’t love to get promoted and get a raise? A lot of literature tells you how to get promoted or find your next higher-paying job.

However, there isn’t much material that tells you how to do to build a marketing mindset.

What is a marketing mindset? How do you develop or cultivate it? How do you think strategically? In what ways can you demonstrate your technology aptitude?

As a marketer who made a transition from CPA to enterprise software operations manager to solo-marketing consultant, I’ll share how I’ve improved myself to continuously move up the corporate ladder. I’ll also share how I prepare and carry myself when I present to senior management and VPs.

Who Should Attend: Marketers looking for future career development.

I am not here to tell you how to do SEO, content marketing or email marketing during this session, but to help you shift your mindset when approaching your job.

After this session, you’ll learn:

  • What is a strategic marketing mindset
  • How to get promoted more quickly
  • How to present to senior management

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Watch on-demand here, to learn how a marketing mindset can lead to better career opportunities.

Marketing Mindset

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Who is Pam Didner?

Being in the corporate world for 20+ years and having held various positions from accounting and supply chain management, marketing to sales enablement, Pam has a holistic view of how a company runs. She thinks strategically and then translates the big picture into actionable plans and tactics.