5 Takeaways You Can Use From The 3% Conference

5 Takeaways You Can Use From The 3% Conference

Last week's 3% Conference brought together incredibly inspiring speakers and rooms full of attendees hungry for positive change in the industry. To make sure that you can apply some of the larger takeaways to your own career, we gathered five of our favorite things we heard and matched them with relevant We Are Next content. This way, you too can help increase the number of women, people of color, and other marginalized communities in positions of creative leadership, while also advancing your own career.

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3 Ways To Be A Leader At Any Level

3 Ways To Be A Leader At Any Level

When you think of a leader, it's easy to picture someone with years of experience sitting in the corner office. But leaders can be found at any level, and anyone who aspires to be a leader in their career can start honing and demonstrating these qualities from day one. In addition to kicking ass in your role, here are three ways to be a leader at any level.

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How To Give Feedback On Someone Else's Work

How To Give Feedback On Someone Else's Work

Giving feedback on someone else's work is one of the trickiest parts of our jobs, especially when you first start doing it. It's a balance of wanting to make the work better with not wanting to damage to our relationships with our coworkers. It's a skill that requires practice, so here are ways to effectively give feedback on someone else's work.

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Evolving from Maker to Manager

Evolving from Maker to Manager

Early in your career, you're focused on you. Your work, your path, your advancement. It's hard to imagine that someday, part of your job will be to think about the work of others—sometimes more than your own. But before you know it—and often, before you think you're ready—you'll be responsible for overseeing an intern or a junior on your team. 

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