In this episode of The Creative Business Podcast we talk about how to get the best from your creative employees and contractors as well as the lessons we've learned as creatives and team managers.

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Running a creative business is challenging. Throw into the mix the fact that your employees and freelance contractors can come from any number of technical or creative backgrounds and things get downright tricky. In today's show we talk about how to get the best out of your creative team members and the lessons we've both learned as creatives and team managers.

Main topics discussed in this week's episode:

  • Is specialisation the answer within a team?
  • You're not your job title
  • The value of rapid prototyping vs pixel perfect design
  • Should you ever do a 'big reveal'?
  • How to keep your client in the mix
  • Much more

Links mentioned in this week's episode:

Marcus Blankenship

Nusii.com

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