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23 03, 2021

4 Ways to Elevate Your Team’s Performance

By |2021-04-06T10:17:00-07:00March 23, 2021|Architecture, Blog, Employment, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership, Trends|

Admit it; the bedrock of every successful business is its most prized assets: the workforce. A high-performing team makes for improved productivity. This, in turn, fosters growth beyond the competition and sustained longevity. As an architecture or design firm, you want your business to grow. But if your team is [...]

16 03, 2021

Keeping Your Remote Team Accountable

By |2021-04-06T10:17:07-07:00March 16, 2021|Architecture, Blog, Employment, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership, Trends|

The number of remote employees continues to surge across the United States. Even though many leaders are still adapting to these rapid changes, some are struggling to keep everyone on track. Fortunately, your remote teams can be just as productive as your onsite one as long as you help them [...]

9 03, 2021

Ways VR Can Enhance an Architecture/Interior Design Practice

By |2021-04-06T10:16:21-07:00March 9, 2021|Architecture, Blog, Employment, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership, Trends|

Architecture firms are quickly discovering the potential of using virtual and augmented reality when presenting a project and during the design process. It is also becoming one of the most effective ways to sell interior design jobs. In fact, VR is the preferred method for sharing big project designs because [...]

2 03, 2021

Constructive Criticism: Why You Must Hear It!

By |2021-04-06T10:18:10-07:00March 2, 2021|Architecture, Blog, Employment, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership, Trends|

Constructive criticism is often uncomfortable to hear. But, in architecture and design, those who accept feedback with humility are better able to learn on the job and improve their skills over time. These tips can help you capitalize on constructive criticism in the workplace. Pause and Listen Most professionals experience [...]

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