Effective Leadership is Goal-Oriented

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Image by Anna Dziubinska, Unsplash.com

While it may be true that a happy team is likely to achieve better results faster than an unhappy one, that isn't always case. There will more than likely come a time when the harmony of the group will have to be sacrificed in order to reach the enterprise's goals. The purpose of leadership is not to build a happy, collegial team. Instead, the purpose should be to lead your team towards achieving very specific goals. 

Still not convinced? Consider this example; a football manager spends an entire season building a content, happy team yet they fail to win anything year after year. 

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