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Part II: Building a Strong Foundation > Using Organizational Skills

Chapter 9. Using Organizational Skills

Once planning is underway, organization becomes important. Resources—people, capital, raw materials, and technology—must be coordinated effectively to achieve team goals. One of the strengths of a good leader is the ability to see a future for the organization that is better than what currently exists. This view must then be communicated in such a way that employees can organize their resources to achieve the desired results in an inspiring way.

Team members look to the leader for direction and the allocation of resources. Leaders must be organized and capable of helping the team organize itself to accomplish goals. If organization is poor, the group will become confused, discouraged, and argumentative. Teamwork will be impossible.


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