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Six leadership unifiers

To succeed as a leader, you need to unify:

  1. Your purpose. The driving ambition that shapes what you and your organization aspire to achieve and work collectively to make a reality.

  2. Your strategy. The smart way you go about achieving your purpose.

  3. Your people and the way they interact. The people that are assembled -- and rallied -- to execute the strategy, and, as important, how they treat each other to get the work done.

  4. Your structure and process. How the team is structured -- who makes decisions, who is included and who is not, who has authority or whom, who is in charge, who has informal authority. And the formal process (or the understood method) by which the team collaborates to get things done.

  5. Your metrics and rewards. The activities and actions that get measured as indicators of whether your team or organization is delivering on its purpose.

  6. Your culture. The largely unwritten set of rules that govern behavior.

Source: Unstuck: A tool for yourself, your team, and your world. Keith Yamashita and Sandra Spataro. Page 19

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