The 4 types of creatives we all need in the office
Working as creatives has got to be the most fulfilling job ever. We get to explore with words, styles, concepts, and movements. Needless to say, it’s always fun to discover how different creatives work, especially the wezankers. Each one of us has a different way of thinking and creating, and we just think that the spirit of each person should exist in every workplace. Because let’s face it, we’re awesome.
Creatives who are seekers don’t necessarily have their heads in the clouds. In fact, they’re the ones who are always looking for ways to improve their skills, always look for inspiration in the smallest things. They are the ones who like to travel the world and tell stories through their work.
This creative is passionate with a business mind. Practicals are more task oriented and want to make sure they get their job done in time as not not waste any seconds starting a new one. They’re excited to start new projects, as they know they’ll be learning something new every time. We all need the practical creative don’t you think?
The multitasker creatives can’t function without having several projects going on in parallel. These creative are always on the move even if they remain seated all day. They give the office a certain bee buzz that is just enough to motivate everyone around them.
The Old Master
The old masters are also known as the experimental innovators. They often have no idea what will emerge when start a project, but have no problem starting from scratch if they feel that the original idea is just not good enough to proceed with. What’s interesting about them is that even if they change they started working on, they’re certain they can get the job done the right way and on time.
Who are the creatives in your office? Are you one of them? Let us know!