[Reading] ➭ How to Do Great Work Without Being an Asshole: (Guides for Creative Industries) ➵ Paul Woods – Writerscompany.co.uk

How to Do Great Work Without Being an Asshole: (Guides for Creative Industries) How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole , A New Book By Designer Paul Woods, Is A Practical, Illustrated Guide That Does Exactly What The Title Suggests It Shows You How To Be Both Creative And Act Like A Grown Up At Work Fast CompanyIt S Long Been An Accepted, Almost Celebrated, Fact Of The Creative Industries That Long Hours, Chaotic Workflows And Egotistical Colleagues Are Just The Price You Pay To Produce Great Work In Fact, This Toxic Culture Is The Enemy Of Creativity, And With Greater Accountability And Transparency In The Industry And Choice For Young Talent Than Ever Before, This Unsustainable Way Of Doing Business Is A Ticking Time BombThis Is A Straight Talking, Fun Read For All Creatives Director Or Junior, At An Agency Or Client Side, Working In Design, Advertising, Publishing, Fashion Or FilmPacked With Anecdotes, Self Analysis Flowcharts Are YOU The Asshole , Humorous Graphics, And Helpful Exercises And Action Plans For Better Working PracticesSimple Strategies Can Easily Be Implemented To Create A Happier, Productive Team And Importantly BETTER WORK Read This Guide To Develop The Ultimate Creative Process And Bring Your Productivity And Teamwork To A New Level How To Do Great Work Without Being An Asshole Addresses Hot Topics Like Building A Better Office Culture Dealing With Egos Meeting Etiquette Best Practices For Pitching And Scoping Making The Most Of Creative Briefings How To Give Constructive, Clear Feedback Giving Better Presentations How To Approach Workloads And Long Hours Guidelines For Good Client Relationships Hiring And Being Hired Firing And Being Fired And Much

About the Author: Paul Woods

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10 thoughts on “How to Do Great Work Without Being an Asshole: (Guides for Creative Industries)

  1. says:

    How to do Great Work without being an Asshole True, it s a surprising title for a design book, but a very necessary and fun one worth reading Whether a junior designer toiling through their first agency job hoping long hours will prove their worth, or an intermediate client services staffer trying to keep sane in the chaos and in fig

  2. says:

    In the vein of the 37 Signals books, Paul has written the best design management how to book there is Having worked with Paul for 2 years, I ve experienced the mentorship, day to day management, and overall ideology he preaches throughout the book He covers the gamut of director level thinking and decision making, as well as ways to collab

  3. says:

    This book gives me the overall picture of what it s like to work in an agency, from being a part of its member to being a boss It does raise my awareness of the problems existing in the creative society, some of which I ve never realized, and suggest ways to deal with them This book really shows me how to lead a heathy life in my career of a des

  4. says:

    Useful for those in creative agency world Lots of things in this book, I wish someone had told me when I was new to the industry 5 years in now, I found myself nodding and laughing a lot Solid, funny, useful.

  5. says:

    Love an illustration it s fun to read

  6. says:

    Good pics, simple

  7. says:

    Cute book with lot s of funny graphics but not enough in depth for my liking and very high level

  8. says:

    Excellent book, came at the very right time when I was having to deal with a real asshole.

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