Over the years, I've tried to share the most relevant content as it relates to design, creativity, product development technologies, and women in the workplace.
As a leader, managing a team of creatives in the toy and craft segment, I would most likely share projects and products giving accolades to the team, rarely would I give any credit to myself for a particular item or sku.
In effort to be more transparent with you, and those who may have no clue what it is I do professionally, I'll be sharing "Lodestar Leadership” and “Creative Keys" content that shares details of projects I've managed, projects that I delegated, projects that were executed by teams whom I believed deserved a great sense of autonomy (not micromanaged). I'll be talking about the inspiration and history attached to those projects. The details that you as the consumer never know about.
While I was much closer to some projects than others, I signed off on every product and graphic collateral that passed my desk. I had the pleasure working with an uber talented team, who were very capable. WE did some amazing things together during my time at Faber-Castell.
"About 60% of the CEOs polled by IBM cited creativity as the most important leadership quality"