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    Do Leader's Personal Agendas Interfere with Goal Making?

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    Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why or why not?
    Leaders with personal agendas can sometimes fog their thoughts during the planning stage of goals development. Every goal should be developed to ensure that the Mission of the organization is fulfilled and not one's agenda.

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    As a professional, I personally believe that leaders with their own agendas can sometimes fog their thoughts during the planning stages of goals development. In the phase of goal development, leaders must focus on the organization. Leaders must create environments that foster a unity of purpose within the organization (Jacobs, 2004). Leaders with personal agendas will steer the ship of success ...

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    This solution provides an illustration of how leaders that have a personal agenda can allow their thoughts to become fogged during the planning stage of goal development. 241 words with a reference.

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