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From Values to Action: The Four Principles of Values-Based Leadership by Harry M. Jansen Kraemer

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CHAPTER 9

MOTIVATION AND TEAM ENGAGEMENT

Teams do not come together by themselves. They are developed purposefully and with intention.

To build, motivate, and engage your team members will require that they be as passionate about achieving an objective as you are. Of course, that means you must have a high degree of energy and commitment around what you're trying to accomplish. Your leadership comes not from telling others what to do but from showing them why what they're doing is important to the entire organization. Furthermore, before they agree to follow your lead, they must first place their trust in you.

As the leader, you will need to follow closely the four principles of values-based leadership. Self-reflection will keep you on track ...

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