We talked with Dabney Hailey, founder and principal of Hailey Group, about the Visual Thinking Strategies (or VTS) method, why it works, how to bring elements of it into your daily practice, and why leaders should shift to the facilitative leadership style this method teaches. Here are six takeaways from our conversation.
With every new year, we’re faced with excitement at the open slate ahead of us. We’ve collected some resources to help you take the next step in your career. Whether you’re trying to become a better leader, more creative thinker, or more compelling storyteller, we’re here to support you.
For many organizations, culture building has been impacted by remote work—and will need to be reimagined. The IDEO U community shared ideas on remote culture building, from connecting with your purpose to finding moments of celebration.
In a future of work that for many will be a combination of virtual and in-person, we’ll need to tackle one of the biggest challenges of remote work: Zoom fatigue. We reached out to the IDEO U community and heard your best tips on staying inspired and engaged, from making a new commute to designing an end-of-day ritual.
Hybrid is harder, but it holds the potential for increased creativity and innovation. And it’s what most companies will look like as we come out of the Covid-19 pandemic and begin transitioning from fully remote to hybrid structures. Learn three things companies and individuals can do to thrive in a hybrid work environment, tactics for combating remote fatigue, and how to build team culture—not just camaraderie—in a virtual setting.
With every new year, we’re faced with excitement at the open slate ahead of us. If you’re thinking about the next steps in your career, we’ve collected some resources to help you achieve your goals—whether you’re trying to become a better leader, more creative thinker, or more compelling storyteller, we’re here to support you.
Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy, authors of the Wall Street Journal bestselling book No Hard Feelings, say embracing our emotions makes us better at our jobs. They outline a framework for making better decisions by tapping into our emotions and explain how to move from emotional intelligence to emotional agility.