Joining us today is the Director of Marketing at AutoLeadStar and "growth hacker," Ilana Shabtay. Ilana believes that what brought her to where she is today is her ability to apply and take constructive criticism. As a team leader, she promotes not just her growth but the growth of her team. She believes that to succeed as a team, you have to understand your team member's strengths and weaknesses and play off of them.
Let's dive into Ilana's story and learn how you can evolve and take your career to the next level.
Things you will learn in this episode
[00:01 – 04:03] Opening Segment
[04:04 – 11:01] There is no "I" in "TEAM."
[11:02 – 16:15] Cultural Differences
[16:16 – 23:03] Call Your Shots
"What gets you to the top is obviously as an individual contributor being recognized but I think what keeps you at the top is being able to turn around, care about the team more than you care about your own growth to the top." – Natalie Born
"It's more enjoyable to work around people who like what they do, and you like what you do when you are successful." – Ilana Shabtay
"As a leader, I think it's really important to understand who you are managing or who is managing you and figure out how to communicate." – Ilana Shabtay
You can connect with Ilana on LinkedIn or visit their company website https://www.autoleadstar.com/. Check out Inside Auto Podcast, their blogs, and other resources to learn more about marketing automation.
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