Confessions of a First-Level Leader: I Can't get my Team to Take Ownership of the Goals We've Set

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Leena Rinne shares three steps to help your team take ownership and to hold each other accountable to the goals they have set.


Leading a team requires a different skillset than working as an individual contributor. To succeed in the face of new challenges, first-level leaders need to shift how they think and act. Download our latest guide and develop your people into a high-performing team. 

 

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