Lead with a Shared Vision

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Successful teams need clear goals and roles that leverage the skills and interests of each team member. This Executive Edge looks into the challenges of leading large groups and virtual teams; how to cultivate maneuverability and stability; and the need to balance focus on results and relationships. Stakeholders must be inspired by the possibilities of your vision and committed to the outcomes. The best advice is to lead with a shared vision.

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