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5 Rituals for More Productive, Creative, and Resilient Teams

Getting people to perform at their best is hard, especially in creative environments where change is constant. Here are some regular exercises that can keep your team moving together as one.

Steve Selzer: Designing for Friction

99U Conference Talk by Steve Selzer, Airbnb

To Survive the Future, Get in Touch With Your Inner Child

With AI becoming more prevalent, these are the skills you need to reignite.

Lessons for First-Time Managers

What if the manager you always wish was in the room is … you?

How Do You Find Clients? Designers Share Their Best Advice

How do individual designers and firms get their work seen and, more importantly, commissioned, at a time when freelance marketplaces such as Upwork, Fiverr and 99Designs have thousands of designers competing for work? We reached out a handful of entrepreneurial designers to learn how they snag clients.

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Michael Ventura: Self-Observation Is the Skill of the Future

If there's one certainty about the future, it's that things are speeding up, not slowing down.

Don't Underestimate the Power of Empathy

In a world where AI and other technologies are driving rapid change, what skill do you feel is futureproof?

From Tech to Diversity: 6 Predictions for Creatives

With tech speeding ahead, what's in store for creatives? We asked for their best guess.

Don't Underestimate the Power of Empathy

In a world where AI and other technologies are driving rapid change, what skill do you feel is futureproof?

How to Promote Yourself Online When You’re a Total Introvert

How Deep Listening Can Help You Be More Creative

'When creating, be aware of the mode you are in—inhale or exhale. Ask yourself if you have given enough time or space for the inhale. Do you have enough rich data? Have you sat with it long enough? Have you gotten under the skin of things?' Jessica Orkin of SYPartners offers helpful advice on the practice of deep listening.

Lessons for First-Time Managers

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