I’ve already chosen my New Year’s resolutions.
This year’s edition includes mastering French and learning how to do more DIY projects around the house. (That second one is a direct result of binge-watching HGTV’s “Fixer Upper” on Netflix. I can learn how to re-tile my bathroom or build a coffee table on my own, right?)
Though it’s fun to set personal resolutions, setting a few professional objectives is also smart.
A new infographic from Microsoft shares three pieces of marketing advice that communicators should heed to start the new year strong: Know your tech, spend money wisely, and think beyond consumerism.
Committing to learning how to use a new tech tool or being more creative in the way you engage with customers could not only help your organization, but also make you a more marketable communicator.
On which of these areas would you most like to focus in 2016?