Selling Your Team’s Most Creative Ideas to Your Toughest Stakeholders

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By Barbara Moser
Don’t we all wish we could control our destiny? We’ve got people who go the wrong way and some that go the right way. But there are more good ones than bad. Nothing is predestined.
The obstacles of your past can become the paths that lead to new journeys. Is there only supply and demand in your organization? Are there only pitchers and catchers? Here are ideas that may help.

About InSource Content Contributor Barbara Moser
BarbaraMoserBarbara Moser uses her 20+ years of advertising agency experience and applies it to the corporate healthcare industry, serving on teams integrating digital and creative projects. She is part of a team of designers with strong Project Management skills, who deliver informational corporate brand results. A former Velodrome bicycle racer, she enjoys reading about art, creativity, sports psychology and riding her custom Italian road bicycle.
 
 

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