Practice Sharing Context With Your Teams:
Three Things Great Leaders Inside Contemporary Organizations Do
Sam Spurlin

I’d take this one level up and say that great leaders in these organisations help teams align around a shared context.

People don’t just act on information alone. The sharing of ideas, perspectives and data is crucial. However teams fall apart when they aren’t operating on the same context level — essentially not singing from the same hymn sheet. Often this means getting people OUT of the detail — and up into a different perspective.

Knowing how to shift context levels inside a dynamic team is crucial.

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