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Whether you’re gunning for a promotion or bettering your leadership skills, Nitsa Zuppas has advice to help you take it to the next level.

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The job is what you make it. Be patient. Know how to break down problems into clear and specific steps. Ask for help. Soft skills are just as important as hard skills. Just let it go.

Some people have gained so much wisdom, it feels like every other sentence they say is a piece of invaluable advice. Nitsa Zuppas is one of those people. With over 20 years in the marketing world, Nitsa has created dozens of award-winning advertising campaigns with talented teams, made a profound impact in the business world and beyond, and gathered countless insights from mentors and her own experiences. 

And she’s happy to share them. 

In this episode, enjoy Nitsa’s lessons learned from working her way up to the VP of Marketing at Siebel Systems, becoming the Executive Director of the Siebel Foundation, and now having earned the position of CMO at Veeva Systems.   

You’ll also hear: 

  • How she views a career like a wide staircase instead of a ladder
  • Why the number one feeling she has about her career is surprise 
  • How she got a crash course in documentary filmmaking in the first few weeks at the Siebel Foundation 

If you’d like to hear more from Nitsa, reach out to her on LinkedIn.

To get all of Nitsa’s story, subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or listen right here:

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