Leaders Make Goals Emotional

Leaders Make Goals Emotional

The best leaders make goals emotional for people. They know that if a goal is not working for a person, they are not emotionally connected to it. Making goals meaningful creates the persistence, energy and drive necessary to achieve results. For example, delivering 30% growth becomes meaningful when it is linked to buying a new house for your growing family. Remember, people do things for their reasons, not yours. Everyone is motivated differently. Leaders must understand what motivates each person and then emotionally connect organizational goals to personal goals. 

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