Leadership Alignment

   

Definition: Leadership Alignment is a process to achieve agreement among leaders of a company around the long-term vision and strategy. Kümmerli, Anthony and Messerer described the following 4 main steps:
1. "Establish Common Ground" by laying a foundation to enable a fruitful discussion.
2. "Expose Misalignments" by bringing any disagreement in the open though structured discussions.
3. "Get Physical" by deploying certain active exercises.
4. "Set Out the Path Forward" by drawing up and implementing a strategic plan.


   

   

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