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Collaborative Leadership and Execution

You may have heard the expression, “plan the work, then work the plan.” When collaboratively leading, holding the team collectively responsible for executing a planned project stops finger-pointing, blaming others, and focuses on resolving conflict. Building this type of team culture allows peer team members to be powerful motivators. Thoughtfully consider the following:

  • When have you led or participated in a team project that was successful?
  • What role did planning play in the team’s success?
  • How were team members motivated to be collectively responsible for achieving project goals?
  • How was conflict managed within the team?
  • If your team was not successful, what could you have done to be a more effective and motivating leader?


 Resource: 4 Ways to Be More Effective at Execution on the Harvard Business Review website.

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