As an in-house designer, many of your coworkers don’t always understand what they do. And this might lead to a lot of frustration and misunderstandings about projects. With these tips from in-house design manager Scott Kirkwood, learn how you can educate your coworkers about design and your team.
Space is at a premium in-house. Learn the best organization tips for storing your "must haves" that will also maximize the limited space in your office with Emily Parks.
What motivates you? Is it watching your bank account grow or the recognition you receive from doing a great job? Maybe it's something that goes a little deeper. Jeff Bezos’ motivation comes from all the people who count on him each and every day. Learn about the 3 things that motivate employee effectiveness and...
Jackie Schaffer suggests that managers need look beyond the portfolio and résumé when hiring a new creative for their in-house teams.
Learn four practical organization tips on how to make your operations in-house more efficient from professional organizer Emily Parks.
Dealing with difficult employees, and managing their destructive behaviors, as they jockey for dominance while poisoning good team dynamics can be extremely challenging. Learn what to do when a destructive attitude outweighs creative talent.
Thank you for coming back for second helpings of my interview with TED and HOW Design Live Conference speaker Todd Henry. We’ll be reviewing his new book Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every Day. Enjoy! Todd, I’d like to discuss with you some interesting points you raise in your book … How is...
I recently collaborated with a new colleague on a fun project. A few weeks after we wrapped, I went to the post office and retrieved a package that contained an incredibly nice, handwritten note from my colleague along with a new book. I was totally caught off guard by the gesture because email is...
Todd Henry, author of "Die Empty," encourages us to be uncomfortable with comfort in a principle he developed from a quote from Kahlil Gibran.
Cella Consulting's Jackie Schaffer says many creative teams have a policy of not saying "no" and suggests in this article that they start saying "whoa."