Five Actions To Take Before Your Next Presentation

You’re scheduled for a presentation. Maybe presenting to a few decision-makers, perhaps speaking to a larger audience. Either way, positive actions beforehand can make you a stronger presenter.

Is Your Predecessor Preventing Your Success? 5 Tips For Leaders Starting A New Job.

During your first few days at a new job, you spend plenty of time learning about the business of your new employers, meeting lots of new people, and diving into how things get done currently in your new department. And that’s when you start to learn about how things were before you got there.

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Rebranding a Corporate Law Firm

Longtime friend of InSource, Brandie Knox, who is the principal and creative director of Knox Design Strategy, shared a recent successful case study with us. Knox has an interesting career...

How A Consulting Mindset Will Take Your Department From Order-Takers To Creative Problem-Solving Rock-Stars!

Use elements of a consulting mindset to take your department from order-takers to creative problem-solving rock-stars!

Your Guide to Building the Best Creative Team

Attention employers: Building a great creative team doesn't have to be a challenge. Knowing that the process is part art, part science will keep you on track. I recently spoke at the HOW Design...

Avoid Employee Turnover: How to Tell if You're Losing a Top Performer

Employees who feel underappreciated, underpaid or unchallenged are big flight risks. Absenteeism, social withdrawal, a decline in work habits and a negative attitude are warning signs an...
Read This: Mirko Ilic

Read This: Mirko Ilic

  Description: Mirko Ilić has a reputation as a rebel, but his iconoclasm is matched with tremendous gifts as an illustrator, a designer, and an educator. Ilić is a visionary and a leading voice of visual culture across disciplines and continents. This visual...

Why it’s so important to use a creative brief

Why it’s so important to use a creative brief

There are so many reasons why it makes sense to always call for and follow a creative brief. And we’ll hit on some of those in just a second. But, from a creative person’s perspective, none might be more important than this: You’ll never know if you hit the mark if you don’t know what you are aiming for.

Opinion Poll: Who made up that job title?

Attracting top talent to work in-house can be a challenge — often due to misperceptions that in-house environments are less creative or too rigid. Another obstacle can be job titles. Corporate titles are often at odds with industry-standard creative titles, resulting in “made up” titles and muddy role clarity. What titles do the creative leaders on your team hold?

The Black Box of Management

Good managers and less-good managers equally struggle with transparency. Sharing what you do with your team increases efficiency and employee satisfaction.

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