Join us for a presentation with Emily Cohen, discussing well-known generational and behavioral types. We'll identify ways to customize management and organization strategies to best leverage each type’s unique characteristics and needs.
Thursday, January 19 at 6:30 PM
1212 Jackson Street
Art Academy of Cincinnati - Lecture Hall
AIGA Members - $10
AIGA Student Members - $5
Non-Members - $20
About Emily Cohen:
A brutally honest consultant, Emily has worked with leading design firms helping them improve their operational effectiveness and build efficient teams and processes. Emily has been a consultant for over 20 years conducting business planning retreats and providing confidential, best-practice insights and advice on staff, client, and process-management strategy, and writing winning proposals and contracts. She served as Secretary for the AIGA/NY Board of Directors and has taught classes and conducted seminars for many leading design schools and organizations. Emily is a frequently-requested speaker on business-related issues for the creative industry and has spoken at numerous conferences and events sponsored by AIGA, HOW, Design Business Association in London (DBA), The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario (RGD) and Design Management Institute (DMI). She also currently teaches professional practices to Graphic and Interactive Design students at Tyler School of Art. She also runs www.evolvesymposium.com, an event consisting of expert-led business practice presentations and peer driven conversations delivering actionable results for design firm principals.