Are you a recent ambitious graduate who’s ready to embark on an exciting internship journey? A journey in which you’ll gain invaluable experience? 

An internship will not only get your foot in the door, but you’ll also get the opportunity to hone your skills, build your resume, network with professionals and increase your chance of landing a full-time position. This may be the start of a long-standing career in the industry.

It’s the kind of thing that keeps team leaders awake at night. Team members are resigning, leaving for adventures and new opportunities. This is a normal aspect of the working world. People move on and explore what else is out there.

Although you wish them well, as their leader, the person entrusted and expected to keep them productive and happy, this can be a major blow.

“A traffic manager regulates the traffic right? You know, like all the cars on the N1?” It’s questions like this we have to answer 75% of the time when we tell people we’re traffic managers.

The above mentioned is not all that wrong, though. We do regulate traffic – production traffic.

When you are in an agency, your client relationships are imperative. And we all have those clients that seem to get under our skin from time to time. Being in a client-oriented environment, it’s very important to keep your cool, even if the client is wrong. Below are a few good ideas on how to deal with those difficult clients. 

Let’s be honest, we’ve all had days at work where we’ve felt like things are just too much. We juggle our personal lives, hectic deadlines and then some work conflict to top it all off. We need to accept that this is part of a normal life. Nothing in life is ever perfect, but there are definitely some steps we can take to make it run a little smoother.

Time management in an Account Manager’s life is the be all and end all. Account Managers are often expected to be a juggler of sorts and to be able to juggle multiple project and accounts at the same time. Hence the most important skill for an Account Manager is to be able to manage their time efficiently in order to ensure they get to everything timeously.