You’ve been there. Borrowing team members from a few different departments to complete (what some would call complex) marketing projects.
The thing is…
Your priorities aren’t always theirs. They have their own managers. They have their own opinions. Some of them may not even understand why you need their help.
^^^ Communication is critical to your success in these situations.
On the other hand, there are those times where other departments need your team’s help.
Instead of throwing a team member in the proverbial ocean of a messy cross-functional project and letting them learn to swim on their own…
...you can be the one to get in front of these projects, proactively plan your work, then work your plan.
Take this course to learn a proven process that prevents fire drills, enables efficient (and effective) cross-department collaboration, and produces effective content.
Nathan is the mastermind behind CoSchedule’s content marketing blog! He’s got a knack for writing actionable content (no fluff here) and knows the secrets to growing your traffic! After joining CoSchedule in 2014, he’s grown the CoSchedule blog audience from 500 to over 250,000 monthly subscribers!
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