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The Design To Be Conversation podcast is a series of conversations with design leaders about how investing in their EQ has impacted their design careers. Rachel Weissman, the host of the show, is the Founder of Design To Be, a design leader, an EQ Coach, and a Meditation & Yoga Teacher. As a design leader, she has agency, start-up, and in-house experience most recently working at Google and Salesforce. The purpose of our show is to inspire designers with insightful conversations. Design To Be Conversation is brought to you by Design To Be, a community that elevates designers to become empowered, educated, and effective using EQ-based tools and practices. Visit us at www.designtobe.com. read less
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Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong: How to use Practice Spotting as a tool to shift culture
31-05-2022
Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong: How to use Practice Spotting as a tool to shift culture
In today's episode, I speak with Dan Szuc and Josephine Wong.  Dan is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong. He has been involved in the UX field and based in Hong Kong for over 20 years. Dan has lectured about user-centered design globally. He has co-authored three books including Global UX with Whitney Quesenbery, The Usability Kit with Gerry Gaffney and Make Meaningful Work with Josephine Wong. Josephine is a co-founder and principal at Apogee and co-founder of Make Meaningful Work, as well as the co-founder of UX Hong Kong. Jo grew up in multicultural Hong Kong, with a Chinese-Burmese father and Chinese-Indonesian mother. She collaborates with global teams conducting research in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. Jo is passionate about the environment, political and economic systems, and how we can live healthier and happier lives while not adversely impacting less fortunate people.In this episode, Dan and Jo take us through the experience of using an observational and sense-making tool they’ve developed called Practice Spotting. It can be used to uncover implicit learning opportunities and deepen explicit practices in support of the character, leadership, and culture you want at work.This is our last episode before we take a few months’ break. Thank you to everyone who’s been listening!Practice Spotting examples and downloads