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...
Flash of InSpiration, from Ken Kesey

Flash of InSpiration, from Ken Kesey

Kenneth Kesey (1935 – 2001) was an American author, best known for his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest and as a countercultural figure who considered himself a link between the Beat Generation of the 1950s and the hippies of the 1960s.  InSource's Flash of...

Managing Change: NY, NY

Managing Change: NY, NY

Highlights from the New York Roundtable on October 8, 2014 Embracing changes that are needed in the workplace is often difficult for in-house creative teams.When the business world is in flux, how can these teams stay nimble and compete in developing new capabilities...

Inspiration, Career Influencers and Design Heroes

Inspiration, Career Influencers and Design Heroes

Early influences I am one of those lucky people who knew early on what I wanted to do when I grew up, and my parents always encouraged me to develop my talent. Growing up in a family full of business professionals I was encouraged to “do more art” rather than...

Inspiring Creativity in the Face of Burnout

For a couple of years my team and I slaved away on a soft drink product. At first the work was a lot of fun – we had some pretty big wins, pushed the comfort zone of our internal clients. Then the great ideas, that were once so abundant, became fleeting or were killed...

Opinion Poll: Molding Your Team

Creatives are a delicate lot. With creativity can also come stubbornness, moodiness, and easily bruised egos. Pushing your team to produce their best work takes patience, experience, and most importantly, time. How much time do you spend developing your team to help them reach their potential?

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