Establishing that feedback must be "strength seeking" allows it to be both honest and useful. Read about one of the guidelines from our eBook on constructive dialogue.
In art and in business, critique sessions should be a non-judgmental forum for working out ideas. Read Janie's reflection in this excerpt from our eBook.
For the next 12 days, we'll share creative work celebrating art, science, business, and community connections.
The Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation's event celebrated the value and potential of small towns and rural areas.
Catalyst Case Studies
Designer, entrepreneur, community leader, and farm wife Linsey Prunty shares her story in this guest post!
As we look ahead to 2017, CtG founder Janie reflects on the need to link arms and push forward together.
In our second Future of Work conversation, we discussed finding passion and authenticity, engaging employees, and collaborating across sectors.
We discussed the challenges of a changing economy and the value of creative and adaptable thinking in this conversation.
Explorations and Events
Making time to see and reflect on art as a team helps keep us motivated and stimulated – and we can inspire one another with our own creativity.