Breaking Out of the Box: A Designer’s Guide to Leadership
Be empowered to design & follow your unique growth-oriented career path.
As an emerging architect, you have the design skills to enjoy a long and successful career. But are your long-term career goals designed with an eye toward growth?
This course provides insight into practice-oriented strategies that assist with networking, leadership, branding, and innovation, as well as instruction on self-assessing and evaluating educational assets, professional goals, passions, strengths, and weaknesses. You will learn how architects take on essential multidisciplinary roles through a discussion of how the designer's skillset is highly adaptable as a problem-solving tool. You'll also be exposed to methods of gaining and legitimizing your experience through public speaking, teaching, research, and publishing.
- Discuss the importance of “big-picture” understanding as a means of effectively fulfilling project roles, managing expectations, ideation and innovation.
- Describe how design skills empower young professionals to identify opportunities and capitalize on growth within competitive environments.
- Define the value of cultivating in-network and out-of-network connections through exposure to professional networking.
- Identify key creative strategies in educational awareness and professional recognition, which directly contribute to skill relevance and experience legitimization.
Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C
Associate, WDG Interior ArchitectureRicardo grew up surrounded by colonial architecture in San Germán, Puerto Rico, the Island’s second...
Contents: Video, quiz, evaluation
Expiration: One year after purchase
Passing Score: 80% on quiz