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Getting out of the downhill spiral; How not to give an accidental interview; An alternative to attribution models
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Meet Pact, a $36M new Seed fund backed by Anne Hathaway, started by Tong Gu, Reem Mobassaleh Wyndham, and Monik Phama. Tugce Ergul launches Hypernova, a $25M fund to invest directly in other solo GP funds and startups. Stockholm-based BackingMinds run by Sara Wimmercranz and Susanne Najafi announced its second fund of €50M. How Meta’s new CFO, Susan Li, embraced being different. A report finds, women are key metaverse users, but men dominate jobs shaping it. The real reason why women colour receive less feedback at work. 13 things you can do today to exit the quarter on a high. The recession gift guide by Dirt. Carta’s annual equity report looks at equity ownership across race, gender, geography, and ethnicity, and how parenthood affects employees. FTX’s demise dents, but doesn’t break the promise of crypto.
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How not to give an accidental interview
Accidental interviews happen all the time, even to people who deal a lot with the press. Anything you say might become an interview — dinner conversation, DMs, or an encounter on the street can all count as an interview. Sam Bankman-Fried recently gave an accidental interview to a Vox reporter, resulting in one of the most remarkable articles in recent memory. Activision Blizzard’s Lulu Cheng Meservey shares what it means when you speak to reporters on the record vs. off the record vs. on background…Read more.
Getting out of the downhill spiral
Valerie Krämer ex Remi was laid off from Twitter six years ago. Finding a new job wasn't the hardest part for her. It was the feeling of being irrelevant and finding something new that is exciting. Valerie shares how to set yourself up for success when things feel like they are going downhill…Read more.
It’s time for performance reviews, here’s how you negotiate
Looking to uplevel your negotiation skills for your next job/promotion discussion or want to find better ways to navigate a sticking point with your partner at home? Leadership coach Catherine Stewart explaining why this skill set is indispensable in navigating challenges in the workplace, the subtle differences between bartering, bargaining, and value-creation negotiation and provides tips and tricks for negotiating job offers…Read more.
How to use attribution to answer important questions in marketing
Where did our customers last quarter come from? Which of the channels last quarter contributed to opportunities? Which channel should we spend less on? Attribution is a tricky subject that requires more thoughtfulness than your average marketing activity. All data is subjective and models are nothing more than models. Growth Manager Kathryn Dee shares an alternative to attribution models…Read more.
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