Let your team do what you hired them to do.
At some point in your career, you will feel stuck. Not stuck because you can’t come up with an idea for a project, but stuck in the sense that you feel like you don’t know how to go to the next level. How do you continue to grow, to develop your voice, and create more impact?On this episode, we share the two common places where creative pros get stuck, and how to continue moving up the curve into rare air where you can do work worth noticing.
Your job as a manager is to unleash the brilliance of your team, not to showcase your own.
Where do you add the most value?
Make the decision in a way that everyone can be onboard with.
After a failed project, don’t just move on. Do this instead.
What to do when your workplace is simply unhealthy.
How to build a “fanocracy” around your work.
Most of the work you do has to be accomplished with others. On this episode, we share three principles for dealing with difficult co-workers and clients.
How to come up with novel ideas.
A simple framework for getting it right.
What you choose to do every day deeply matters.
One practice that is prescribed in the book The Accidental Creative is a checkpoint every three months to get ahead of commitments and ambitions for the upcoming quarter. On this episode, we walk through a Quarterly Checkpoint and offer some questions and prompts to help you plan for brilliance in the coming months.
A four-hour masterclass in creative leadership.
Gain access to our two-day creative leadership course, workbook, and resources.
What does it take to produce brilliant creative work over time? In this talk, Accidental Creative founder Todd Henry speaks at the STORY Conference about the importance of uncovering productive passion in your work.
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