Leaders are constantly thinking of ways to differentiate and stay ahead of the game. When you're looking to innovate and be disruptive, there are a couple of questions you can ask... the first is, "Will it really matter?", and the second, more important question... "Will it change the game?"
"The leader's objective is to rally the collective passion of the enterprise toward a better future. Is the collective passion more likely to be rallied when the leader speaks of 'my vision', 'my objectives', 'my company' or when that leader talks about 'our dreams', 'our efforts', 'our company'..."
There’s a direct relationship between how much your team knows about a plan and how well they carry it out. - D. Michael Abrashoff
To gain enthusiastic commitment to organizational objectives, leaders must communicate not only the how of the plan... but also the why. When people understand how their personal task fits into the overall scheme, they are much more likely to invest the extraordinary effort often required for success.