Chris  Tuff

Chris Tuff

Chris Tuff became the youngest partner in the 100-year history of Atlanta-based advertising agency, 22squared, where he turned a team of Millennials from an “investment” to a major profit center in short order. He is the author of The Millennial Whisperer, a practical, profit-driven playbook for leaders to better understand the world’s largest generation. Having started his career as one of the first marketers to focus on helping startups work with Fortune 100 brands, including Facebook in 2005, Chris is obsessed with emerging trends in marketing.

As EVP and Director of Content Marketing and Partnerships at 22squared, he helps push to get their existing clients access to first-to-market ad products and offerings. He’s responsible for partnership development with tech and media companies like Twitter, Google, and Facebook.

A sought-after leader in the digital marketing space, Chris has been featured on the front page of the Wall Street Journal, in Fast Company, The New York Times, Wired, Bloomberg, Business Insider, Digiday, Social Times, Social Fresh, and consistently in advertising trade publications like Ad Age and Advertising Weekly.

Chris has worked with individuals and departments at several Fortune 500 companies to help them improve recruiting and performance of Millennial workers.

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Chris Tuff joins Jim Blasingame to recommend his 70:30 rule for managing Millennials, which is that 30% of your job won’t be fun – get it done and get over it.
Chris Tuff joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the way the Millennial generation behaves and what we have to do to manage and motivate them.