Architectural Review Asia Pacific

NAVIGATING CHANGE: HOW TO REMOVE THE STRESS FROM REDUNDANCIES AND CONTRACT WORK

The architecture and design industry is one filled with creativity, imagination and hard work, but it is also an industry that is incredibly fluid and ever-changing with many hiring contractors or working as contractors. The industry can often be unpredictable and dealing with anxiety and stress has become a reality for many architects.

While this may sound quite doom and gloom, the silver lining is that there are practical and real solutions to dealing with the unpredictable nature of the industry. Simon Rountree is the Founder of Change Ready

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