1 12, 2020

What Makes a Career in Architecture So Rewarding?

By |2021-04-07T06:24:55-07:00December 1, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

Many people think it is difficult to find work in the art and design fields, but there are many benefits you can reap by pursuing a career in architecture, especially since the real estate market in the United States is better than it has been in a long time. Here [...]

24 11, 2020

Tips to Create a High Performing Team

By |2021-04-07T06:24:51-07:00November 24, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

Don’t ruin all the hard work of bringing in top talent but thinking that the first day is the end of the process. It is not. After the new employee starts it is critical for team leaders and managers to focus on strengthening the overall work environment to ensure that [...]

23 11, 2020

Design+Dialogue: Interview Teams

By |2021-02-11T06:11:40-08:00November 23, 2020|Design + Dialogue|

Last week I discussed the top reasons candidates are rejected your offer.  This week I share the solution, Interview Teams.  Check out the video on how to develop a well-organized and successful interview team. Here is the link to my Design+Dialogue regarding why candidates are rejecting your offer.  

17 11, 2020

How to Build Resilience in Uncertain Times

By |2021-04-07T06:24:51-07:00November 17, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

From continued social distancing to underlying financial uncertainty, the world continues to cope with challenges that have never experienced before! Many of us are left looking for ways to adapt, accept, and bounce back from these stressful times. Resilience is an essential skill that will not only help you rebound [...]

10 11, 2020

3 Things You’re Getting Wrong in Your Hiring Process

By |2021-04-07T06:26:33-07:00November 10, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

If you’re having a difficult time hiring the right candidates for your architecture jobs, then it could be due to a flawed hiring process. Fortunately, there are some simple steps you can take to improve. There are three common things you could be getting wrong in your hiring process and [...]

3 11, 2020

Top Leadership Qualities to Set Yourself Apart

By |2021-04-07T06:26:26-07:00November 3, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

Leaders, those that really stand out, have learned to develop some very specific qualities. Take Sir Richard Branson for example, the self-proclaimed rule-breaker owns one of the world’s most recognized brands and has authored several books on important leadership principles. Instead of relying on traditional business strategies, he suggests that [...]

27 10, 2020

A Shift Toward Greener Suburbs in Response to COVID

By |2021-04-07T06:26:20-07:00October 27, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

The pandemic continues to impact the architecture industry in many different ways. One trend that we’re seeing is that a growing number of people, especially millennials, are migrating away from cities in favor of suburban living to better insulate themselves from climate risks and COVID. Architecture consulting services and planners [...]

21 10, 2020

Design+Dialogue – A Better Employee Relationship

By |2021-02-11T06:12:53-08:00October 21, 2020|Design + Dialogue|

Last week I spoke to employees on how they can create a better relationship with their bosses and managers.  This week it's the boss' turn.  These three tips are ones any manager can start using today to develop better employee relationships.

20 10, 2020

How to Prioritize the Mental Health of Your Team

By |2021-04-07T06:26:13-07:00October 20, 2020|Architecture, Blog, Branding, Employer Branding, Firm Managment, Interior Design, Leadership|

As our country continues to navigate through unprecedented times, people are still learning how to cope with the fallout of job layoffs, canceled concerts and closed restaurants, bars and schools. Many of our normal routines have been replaced with extended lengths of self-isolation and social distancing from our friends, family, [...]

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