A drawing containing two androgynous silhouettes (in different colored squares: red and orange) facing each other with a tangle of gray yarn connecting one's brain to the other's brain. This image is meant to represent empathy and trying to understand the other persons' experience. The 2 silhouettes and their own squares are drawn over a peach background.

How Empathy Will Grow Your Sales and Marketing Pipeline

Learn how to apply empathy to get better marketing results and grow your sales pipeline rapidly. By being more empathetic, you will improve customer experience, strengthen connections, and increase conversion. It’s a win, win, win.

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4 ways to adopt human-centered marketing and get better results

Learn how to adopt human-centered marketing and 4 ways you can humanize your marketing approach to get better results.now

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Mean people suck in marketing and what to do about it

We interviewed Michael Brenner about his new book Mean People Suck. Learn about empathy, about asking what’s in it for the customer, rethinking your org chart, and other changes you need to make to be more successful.

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