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Kick-starting this week’s retrospective, here are some inspirational sketch quotes, to help you to push past that Monday feeling.
Delegation Do's & Don'ts, outlining the key benefits, pitfalls and key results.
Curated from a few sources, but mainly from American Management Association and amanet.org
Struggling with your work load?
Maybe it is time to start delegating better.
Delegation isn't a skill that comes naturally to most creative professionals.
We love our craft — sometimes too much!
To delegate well is to grow — as individuals, teams and leaders.
The main result of successful delegation is empowered employees, enabling ownership and responsibility, deeper thing about the work and look at becoming more productive.
Got any tips or techniques for delegating well? Pop them in the comments below.
Looking to up your innovation game?
As creative professionals how many times a day do you hear "we need to be more innovative"?
Okay, okay, I can hear you all from here!
Innovation comes in many forms from the simple to the complex — from the ugly to the beautiful.
I hope these rules, help guide you to unseen innovation opportunities in your business, brand and career.
How to turn books into nudenotes
Struggle to remember content after you’ve read it?
Step this way my friends, I have the solution...
As you know, I have created a few series of nudenotes based on books I have read, in a series I call booknotes.
In my latest blog for @nightskycreative, I outline my easy four-step process to help anyone create awesome booknotes.
I hope it inspires you all to create your own booknotes, I can't wait to see your creations.
How to Handle Criticism — Mindset Changes and Action, inspired by a handy infographic I discovered on the earthofmaria.com blog.
How well do you handle criticism?
The key to receiving or giving good criticism is understanding the difference between destructive and constructive mindset.
As creative professionals, criticism is a never far away.
The best way to learn how to differentiate constructive from destructive, is to shape how you react accordingly.
Criticism is an essential part of any creative process, and super important in your own growth.
It doesn’t actually matter if you agree or not — this is pretty irrelevant.
You need to be able to put aside any personal opinions in order to deliver the best solution for your client and target audience.
What do you struggle with when receiving criticism?
How do you respond?
Let me know in the comments below.
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Until next time… in case I don’t see you, good afternoon, good morning and good night.