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  1. Aniisu
    Nov 29 - 6:15 pm

    Thanks for sharing this interesting post.

    My sense is that in a creative function such as this people are looking for opportunities to create something greater than their own job.

    Daniel Pink in his book ‘Drive’ talks about autonomy, mastery and purpose as drivers for people to stay engaged and contribute to the organization.

    Not sure how many agencies spend time to get their staff aligned on the ‘why’ of their existence. Probably, a good point to start and retain staff.


  2. Brennan
    Dec 10 - 8:58 am

    Loved this article. This resonates with the kinds of experiences most of my friends have had in agency life.

    • Deborah Musolff
      Jan 02 - 2:06 pm

      Thank you, Brennan!

  3. Erin
    Dec 20 - 11:57 pm

    Really liked the candidate bit you’ve shared. The candidate was bound to feel cheated after not getting the much deserved incentive! If you find a competent employee, the company should ensure that they are well rewarded for their hard work to retain them.

    Making promises you can’t really keep can be so off putting!

    • Deborah Musolff
      Jan 02 - 2:07 pm

      Indeed! :-)

  4. Adedamola Jayeola
    Jan 09 - 6:26 am

    Sometimes it seems in-house practice makes more sense in terms of pay, workload, etc…

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