Values, Vision, and Memes in Leadership

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Topics in Leadership
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Values, Vision, and Memes in Leadership
Values
Leaders set the tone for their teams based upon the set of values that are emphasized. Daft (2008) argued that "for the team to succeed, all team members have to gain an appreciation of cultural values and attitudes that are different from their own" (p. 312). In an increasingly globalized world, cross-cultural appreciation is vital for leaders. General values such as honesty, trust, industry, and teamwork. Leaders are charged with promoting a corporate culture and environment that stresses a strong set of values so that this standard permeates through all levels and is absorbed by team members.
Vision
Leaders are...
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.....search and rescue missions, driving convoys, staffing patriot missile placements, piloting planes and guarding POWs, among other duties.”
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