Evolving Your Practice
We excel at solving other people's problems. We can look at them objectively, study them from different angles, map their impacts and complexities, and model innovative solutions.
In order to be the best we can be, we also need to create an environment in which we can do the same thing to ourselves. That is much harder than it sounds. It is so much easier to deal with other people's problems than take a good look at our own. Being able to do so requires the right mindset, but how do you develop it? How do you recognize that it is needed? How do you open yourself up to change, embrace it, and incorporate experimentation into your own practice?
In this talk, I will talk about 6 things that are necessary for you to do to create the conditions where change is possible. I'll share anecdotes from my own experience promoting change within startups, agencies, and big companies.