|What criteria do you use when selecting someone to be a part of your creative team?
A soulmate, or at least someone with genuine sympathy and compassionate presence.
At the risk of sounding too anal, I have to admit, I won't let anyone help me. I've had offers from family and friends alike, but when it comes to sewing, packaging, photographing and everything in between, I just don't trust anyone else. It's not that I feel they can't complete the task, but I know just how I like things done, and considering I am running a handmade business, I feel that I have to see projects through to the very end...all by myself.
The willingness to think outside of the box, outgoing and funny...you can't be creative and not be these things.
someone who can work without much supervision....someone that is a fast learner .....and also work in a fast pase.....someone willing to learn......someone who is not afraid to be different....
I do not know. It is difficult to find another one to associate themselves
That I can trust them to deliver the "goods" on time every time.
I look for independant thought, I ask questions that require and answer that most are afraid to say for fear that they wont get the assignment. I don't want "yes men" in my camp. Nor to I want bullies, so I look for people who are firm and fair. The one test that I love is putting a shoe, a brick and a nail on the floor and then asking someone to hammer the nail in the wall. The creative person will not hesitate to pick up the brick to use as a hammer since there is no hammer, the non creative persons usually asks' where's the hammer.
I would use their creativity.
First of all, respect is the most important criteria for selecting someone to be a part of a creative team. Second, that person needs to honestly love what they do and not do it because of monetary reasons. Third, they have to work well with others without jealousy or greediness. Above all, they have to love themselves as artists.
Someone who is more or less with the same conviction as you are in expressing your ideas may it be for business or of personal satisfaction.
When I am selecting someone for my "creative team" that means I am actually selecting someone as a friend. The criteria I would use would be that they must "live out of the box", be willing to take risks, enjoy life to its fullest and also be a creative being. I seem to attract eccentric types of creative people. I enjoying meeting people from ALL walks of creative life.
I don't have a team, so if I did I think that I would look for someone with excellent communication skills, creativity, and can work well with others.
Creative mind. cooperative spirit, responsibility, honesty, willing to help each other in troubles.
I don't, I just slap em' there's nothing they can do about it~ it just is; I've got so many people on my team because they are on my team, the criteria is the criteria they love, the only hope is that it gets guop. Guop is the next level.and you will get guop.
Collegiality, inspirative completion, orientation, inventivity
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