In tough times, it may be helpful to learn how to recreate our feelings of unity, build loyalty, regain trust in ourselves and our systems. So, here are some good “go-to” points, to help us in our daily lives, going forward from divisive moments.
When a leader is able to create unity and loyalty, it can make all the difference – “between mediocrity and greatness,” according to John Bossong, with the Lead Change Group. That leadership may be offered for your work, your family or your neighborhood, your worship group or wherever it’s needed. Bossong adds, “when I see an organization that lacks personal accountability and has a toxic culture of finger pointing and blame, it is usually the result of a lack of unity and loyalty. Great leaders have the ability to create an organizational culture that minimizes politics, confusion and turnover.” Bossong says to seek “oneness and richness.”
Here’s how you do it.
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