L.A.-BASED ATTENDEES RECEIVED DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE ADVICE FOR THEIR HOMES AND GARDEN PROJECTS — FREE OF CHARGE — FROM THE TOP BRANDS THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND.
Featured speakers on the main stage included prolific designer Jonathan Adler who discussed his career in design and involvement with charity Project Red; Founder of Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Paula Wallace covered her vision for the highly regarded institution; Design disruptor Karim Rashid presented about the Future of Design in the digital age; Photographer Seph Lawless discussed his series The Autopsy of America; and Artist Janet Echelman discussed her ongoing Public Realm Through Art project.
Design, etc. LIVE Podcast streamed all of the amazing show floor content and are available online at iTunes.
Some of the brightest joined Dwell on Design to raise the level of discourse with StudioSessions. Topics included, ‘The Micro Boutique Hotel’, ‘Social Impact Design’, ‘The Science of Selling’, ‘The Immerging Design Discipline of Bioclimatic Architecture’ ‘Tough Terrain, Peculiar Lots’, and ‘2018 Global Color & Design Forecast’.
The 2018 National Hardware Show was a successful one," says Rich Russo, vice president of the National Hardware Show. "With three busy days full of excitement and enthusiasm, we were thrilled to see such a great turnout and hope everyone left feeling inspired by the ideas, best practices, insights, and new connections made at the Show. It was inspiring for us to see so many industry professionals from across the country and all over the world gather together here at NHS." As always, a key focus for all who attended were new products—not only could retailers find the latest and greatest at the Show, but there were several featured areas where their latest innovations and developments were on display. "We’re constantly looking for products for our electrical department," says Diana Newton, vice president of Bay Hardware in Seal Beach, California. "There are always improvements to be made there."
By Martin Lanik
Master the Skills You Need to Lead in Just Minutes A Day
In leadership as in life, only practice makes perfect. Habits are powerful. They can lock us into negative behaviors (like snacking and smoking) or train us to act automatically in ways that benefit us (such as putting on a seat belt). Routines quietly undergird large portions of what we do and how we function.
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About The Author
Martin Lanik is author of the business bestseller The Leader Habit and CEO of Pinsight. His habit-forming leadership training focuses on 5-minute practice sessions woven throughout the day. Martin’s research-based formula has helped thousands of high-potentials, managers, directors, and executives in 30 countries build stronger leadership skills. More than 100 companies - including AIG and CenturyLink – have implemented his programs, which received
awards from Chief Learning Officer and Brandon Hall.
Martin’s work has been featured in Forbes, Crain’s Detroit Business, Chief Learning Officer, Talent
Economy, and Monster.com and has contributed articles to outlets like Chief Executive, Business Management Daily, HR People + Strategy, and HR.com. Martin lives in Denver, Colorado and holds a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from Colorado State University.