In his new book, The Advantage, Patrick Lencioni begins his case for organizational health by championing the importance of one’s environment.

“The key ingredient for improvement and success is not access to knowledge or resources, as helpful as those may be. It’s really about the health of the environment. And consider this: if you had to bet on the future of one of two kids, one raised by loving parents in a solid home and the other a product of apathy and dysfunction, you’d always take the former regardless of the resources surrounding them. Well, the same is true in organizations.”

If you are a leader, your job is to shape the environment for your team. Focus on that this week if you want to

have organizational health.

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Randy

 

What are some things a leader can do to create a great environment for team members?

 

Author: Randy

Randy is an author, speaker, executive coach, and the CEO of InteGREAT Leadership. He invests his time encouraging leaders around the world.