UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 176: Leadership for Designers with Ryan Rumsey

Published June 28, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Ryan Rumsey

How can designers take business leadership roles? What skills can make them more relevant in the entire business system? Our guest today is Ryan Rumsey, the founder of Second Wave Dive and the author of Business Thinking for Designers. You’ll learn about the various types of leadership, as well as the tools and strategies designers can use at the decision-making table.

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