good enough isn’t your studio needs better leaders keith fuller

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1. GOODENOUGHISNTKeith Fuller 2. ? 3. Make wildlyinflammatorystatementDidentire audiencehuffily stormout?Leave early fordinner withwife!Finish the talk.You did yourbest.Yes!No 4. Spectrum of ResponsesSo?How doYOUknow?Youre fullof crapand ImleavingYou maybe rightWerenotperfect.WIPDisagree,but Imlistening 5. COMMONMISTAKESCOMMONMISTAKES 6. Common Mistakes in Creating Leaders1. Promoting them 7. Select leaders based on theseProgrammingskillsLeadershipskillsNot these 8. Common Mistakes in Creating Leaders1. Promoting them2. Default career path = leadership3. Assuming all leaders know what theyre doing4. Leaders require no accountability5. Leaders require less feedback6. No exit strategy for a bad leader 9. MISCONCEPTIONS 10. Misconceptions about the Need forExcellence in Leadership1. Ours are good enough 11. DunningKrugereffect 12. Misconceptions about the Need forExcellence in Leadership1. Ours are good enough2. Experienced leaders are good leaders3. Past success = No need for improvement 13. Misconceptions about the Need forExcellence in Leadership1. Ours are good enough2. Experienced leaders are good leaders3. Past success = No need for improvement4. Neither time nor money for training 14. Misconceptions about the Need forExcellence in Leadership1. Ours are good enough2. Experienced leaders are good leaders3. Past success = No need for improvement4. Neither time nor money for training 15. WHAT CAN YOU DOABOUT IT 16. What Can You Do About It?1. Objectively assess employee engagement 17. What Can You Do About It?1. Objectively assess employee engagement2. Accept your responsibility as leaders3. Make the time 18. What Can You Do About It?1. Objectively assess employee engagement2. Accept your responsibility as leaders3. Make the time4. Mentor and teach internally5. Hire a coach6. Examine employee retention trends7. Be active, not passive8. Be explicit9. Company values 19. THANK YOUkeith@fullergameproduction.comwww.fullergameproduction.com@someproducerkeithfuller.tumblr.com Resources Gallup Study of Employee Engagement and BusinessOutcomes by Harter, Schmidt, & Hayes First, Break All the Rules by Marcus Buckingham &Curt Coffman Dunning-Kruger white paper by David Dunning &Justin Kruger Think Like a Startup by Josh Nilson