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Make Targets Well-Known and Understood

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Teams fail when they lack direction. Even if you assemble the most talented employees from across your organization, projects will flounder without a clear, well-understood mission and goals. The responsibility of keeping teams together ultimately rests with leadership. In particular, a leader should communicate the team's goals continuously and repeatedly so anyone can state the team's mission at a moment's notice. This singularity of purpose makes teams powerful. When everyone understands the mission, everyone can participate. When everyone participates, team members are much more likely to work independently to find even small ways to contribute and ultimately help ensure the project's success.

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