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Category Archives: Corporate Researchers
October is a busy month for marketing research conference-going: CASRO just finished its annual meeting and next week brings the Corporate Researchers Conference (CRC) and the annual QRCA gathering. The week after that comes TMRE. As you’re mingling with other … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Jean Kelley is the managing director of Jean Kelley Leadership Alliance, an executive coaching, assessment and leadership development firm. Tell most business people that there’s another meeting on their agenda and you’ll likely see them shake their head, … Continue reading
Editor’s note: As a thank-you to the researchers who completed our 2013 marketing research salary survey, we sent a copy of the final report to all respondents. Among the many kind notes we received back was the following, sent by … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Nick Hague is a founder and director of B2B International, a London-based research firm. Most people don’t set off on their career path with marketing research in mind but of those who fall into the market research industry, … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Kevin E. O’Connor is a facilitator, medical educator and co-author with Cyndi Maxey of Fearless Facilitation: The Ultimate Field Guide to Engaging (and Involving!) Your Audience. For more information visit www.kevinoc.com. Farmers and chefs know that we love … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Karen Morgan is president of Morgan Search, a Santa Monica, Calif., recruitment firm specializing in the marketing research industry. There’s frustration all around when it comes to hiring in the marketing research industry and beyond. Companies complain they … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Dawn Josephson is a ghostwriter, editor and writing coach. Visit www.masterwritingcoach.com for more information. Most businesspeople have great ideas but when it comes to putting those ideas on paper, they ramble on for pages and end up looking … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Jonathan Ciampi is the president and founder of Preptel, a Danville, Calif., employment firm. Did you know that, at most companies: computers read your résumé first, not humans; at least 75 percent of résumés are discarded for using … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Sandy Dumont is a certified image consultant and author. Her latest publication, Color Me Correctly, Please, will be released spring 2013. For more information visit www.theimagearchitect.com. Sociobiologists tell us that buried deep inside us, we all have compelling … Continue reading
Editor’s note: Karen Morgan is president of Morgan Search, a Santa Monica, Calif., recruitment firm specializing in the marketing research industry. No one teaches us to manage our careers. Some people are fortunate and seem to just “fall into” opportunities. … Continue reading