About Greg Grabowy
I have lived and practiced design in New York City for 20 years. I started having a service design mindset in 2015 (never too late). I like movies, books, music, technology, coffee, rye and cooking.
I travel a lot for work and because I work remote, I'm craving a community of practice to connect to. This year is going to be a big year of self-investment so I'm trying all kinds of formal training. Terrarium buildings, pasta making, voice-over acting training, guided travel... I'm trying to build a curriculum until I know exactly how should be shaping conversation as a thought leader.
Greg’s interest in Service Design
Work Culture: Using service design helps to create safe spaces which are inclusive of diversity and ability so people are more comfortable contributing. Thought Leadership: In order to create compelling connections, you need empathy to understand your audience, stakeholders, co-workers, customers and users. You need to explore ideal behaviors before you can have the confidence you need to set you on the right path. Growth Mindset: Service design is a mindset—a mindset that incorporates the idea that improvement of services you provide to your customers never ends. This means that people need to look beyond the challenges in front of them.