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Direction, Alignment, Commitment: Achieving Better Results Through Leadership by Lynn Fick Cooper, Cynthia D McCauley

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STEP 3:IDENTIFY CHANGES THAT COULD IMPROVE DIRECTION, ALIGNMENT, OR COMMITMENT.

Once you’ve identified possible factors contributing to low levels of direction, alignment, or commitment in your group, you can begin to mitigate the factors and improve these outcomes. As to what specific changes your group should make, the answer will vary depending on a whole host of factors that distinguish it from other groups, including its size, the work it is engaged in, the degree of task interdependency in doing the work, what its members value, the organization it is embedded in, and the constraints and expectations imposed by that organization. A process for creating a clearer direction in one group might not work in another. The same is true for producing ...

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