Agency Life : 4 Tips for Producing Great Creative Work Efficiently

March 1, 2017

 

TV shows and movies make agency life look like a glamorous world of creative pitches and clever campaign development. They hide the fact that a day in the life of an agency is no movie set. Managing and keeping up with creative, advertising and marketing work can be overwhelming. Demanding clients, overworked team members, the fast pace of change, and ineffective review and approval processes can hinder your ability to produce the best quality work.

Agency chaos can make you may feel like you’re stuck with no way to manage it all, but it’s time to stop living the grind and get a little closer to the utopia we all imagined it would be. To make that happen, watch this on-demand webinar featuring Lee Odden from TopRank Marketing and Heather Hurst from Workfront to learn how to produce your best work, consistently, without burning out your teams. You’ll reclaim your time, keep your clients happy and be more productive with simple tips to:

In this on-demand webinar, we'll cover:

  • Strike the right balance of creativity, while staying efficient and effective
  • Communicate effectively with employees and clients
  • Manage client expectations while showing them all equal love
  • Maintain consistent client service by retaining your best employees

About the presenters

“Lee Odden

Lee Odden

CEO

TopRank Marketing

Lee Odden is the CEO and co-founder of TopRank Marketing and is known as a pioneer and passionate advocate of integrated marketing and public relations across the globe. It’s a good thing too, since he loves to travel, meet new people and experience food and culture in new places. Lee drives overall strategy for TopRank Marketing, and is an industry thought leader, speaker, and author.

 

“Heather Hurst

Heather Hurst

Director, Corporate Marketing

Workfront

As Director of Corporate Marketing, Heather leads Workfront’s AR, PR and content marketing strategy. She has more than a decade of BtoB and BtoC experience helping companies tell their stories in the changing media landscape—in traditional media outlets, social media, and now through content marketing.

 

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