We spend one more episode with Emily Wilson where she tells how she goes about building connections through art. We talk about the importance of being a good listener as one of the most effective leadership and management skills.  Emily also discusses how patience has become critical to her own management skills and artistic style as she runs Emily Wilson Photography. Building Connections Through Art We get to have Emily

Emily Wilson of Emily Wilson Photography returns to inspire you to flex your artistic muscles. She tells how she keeps challenging herself as an artist to keep her work fresh. We talk about the importance of shifting our perspective as one of the most effective leadership and management skills.  Emily also discusses who developing her own artistic style is like developing her own management skills and style. Flex Your Artistic

Emily Wilson of Emily Wilson Photography joins us today to share with us the art of telling stories through photography. She tells about how she became a photographer and how her art history degree helps her realize her artistic vision. We talk about how her personal projects help her develop effective leadership and management skills.  Emily also discusses the management skills she uses to run her business. Telling Stories Through

Join our expert panel of visual artists from Casey Jade Photography and AberleWest Design & Marketing to talk about how businesses can make their visual brands stand out. We talk about how they use effective leadership and management skills while building a strong team around them. In addition, we discuss applying those management skills to help business owners discover how to do effective visual branding Las Vegas style Visual Branding Las

Starting a Leader’s Journal can be a great way to foster your creativity and innovation. The idea comes from Steven Johnson’s “Where Good Ideas Come From” where he discusses how the great thinkers of the Enlightenment Period would keep “commonplace books” for recording their thoughts, observations about the world and the ideas of others that they found interesting. Enhancing Creativity with a Handwritten Journal My handwritten journal is where I

We all want to foster our own creativity and help our team come up with innovative solutions to the problems that we face. One of the biggest myths about creativity is that it often comes as a “lightning bolt” or an epiphany that hits us all at once. In Where Good Ideas Come From, Steven Johnson dispels that myth by talking about the concept of a “slow hunch”. We can