Could your employees explain your strategy?

04/29/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Leaders typically spend a lot of time planning their company's strategy, but far too little explaining that strategy to employees, writes S. Chris Edmonds. It's worth spending more time developing ways of communicating your strategy, so workers can more easily link their own goals to the company's broader trajectory, Edmonds writes.

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