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Michelle Buffardi

  1. 1. Michelle Buffardi Vice President, Discovery Digital Studios @mbuffardi
  2. 2. •Give Clear Direction, Then Get Out of the Way •Take Responsibility Not Credit •Don’t Block Other’s Light •Listen
  3. 3. This shows trust in your team and will speed up processes. Be explicit in your expectations and what touchpoints you want to be involved in, but let your team do what they do best. Allow future leaders to emerge and grow. Let doers… do. –Here’s is important to me, here’s what you can decide –Here’s when I want to be involved
  4. 4. It’s a leader and decision maker’s responsibility to make things happen and to make sure those who did the work or who came up with the idea get the right credit. –“We’ll get this done.” –Follow up with, “Here’s how it got done, and here’s who was responsible.”
  5. 5. Great leaders aren’t always those with the winning idea or the loudest voice in the room. Step aside and let the light shine on everyone – there’s room enough for all to have opportunity and recognition.
  6. 6. Let others be heard, regardless of level, be accessible and available – lean on soft skills here – and be an advocate. –Open door policy –Any-topic policy –Question forums

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  • Shark Week examples: shark cake. Baby shark.
  • Thank those on your team and others. Send a note to managers, or to your manager. Applicable at all levels. These are often shared with the employee and upper management. I don’t work closely with everyone, but I know who is consistently acknowledged.
  • Ask people what they think. Give credit when you share ideas. Keep mentioning others’ names. You are as strong as the people you bring up around you.
  • AMA forum.

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