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Being the head of a creative team is incredibly rewarding. It requires you to be a protector and a facilitator for your team, removing obstacles and cultivating openness so great ideas have space to flourish. It also requires flexibility to play different roles throughout a project lifecycle. Sometimes you play the hype-man for the project. Sometimes your role is simply to get out of the way and let your amazing team of designers get after it. And then sometimes it is helping them see the greatness in what they just did.

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Working from home comes with its own set of benefits and challenges, just like in-office work. Some remote workers may struggle with staying productive, and as the weather gets nicer in the summer months, being a productive remote employee might become even more difficult.

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Motivating your team can be a challenge, especially during the summer when no one wants to be stuck in the office and everyone is daydreaming about the beach. When your employees aren't "in it to win it," your brand will suffer. That's why, as a leader, it's important to make motivating your team a priority.

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Whether you work in a traditional office setting, a remote workforce, or a hybrid setup, all workplaces need activities to bond over.

The NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Tournaments, also known as March Madness, is a great opportunity for workplace bonding. Even if you're not college basketball fan, March Madness can still be fun.

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It's common to feel unmotivated at work every now and then. With the help of a good leader, though, those days where we lack motivation can be few and far between.

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