Tag: creativity

Go Blind or Go Home

There was once an executive who suffered from what I like to call “Selective Blindness Syndrome.”  This may sound like a terrible disorder that could insinuate turning a “blind eye” to issues but, in fact, it is just the opposite.

You see, this executive couldn’t stand the senseless meetings, politics, and hoops that were required to get things done.  So, for certain projects, she decided to bypass the system a bit – she didn’t pay attention to titles, niceties, and, for lack of better terms, the BS.

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The Long Lost Art of Brainstorming

Whatever happened to brainstorming?  I can remember doing a lot of it in college and maybe a little during internships, but more recently I haven’t been privy to a good old fashioned brainstorming session.  You know the ones I’m talking about – bringing together folks with different viewpoints to share ideas on a topic to foster creativity. read more »

Follow The Leader: International Woman of Mystery

When I first joined Carmen’s team years ago she was on maternity leave with her first child.  I only knew her from the comments I’d hear from the team –

  • “Carmen is so responsive – wait until you see how quickly she provides feedback to your work.”
  • “Carmen is so thorough – she picks up on the things we’ve missed so immediately.”
  • “Carmen has a great relationship with that team – she can really help foster the relationship.” read more »