Leadership Metrics Leaders craft the cultures of their organizations – consciously or not – by what they consistently measure. If leaders want something to become important – or remain important – in the minds and hearts of organizational stakeholders, they must figure out a way to measure it. On the other hand, if leaders do not highlight a particular value or provide a means to measure it, that stated value will not likely be an actual value in the organization – especially in times of stress and pressure. Measurable Metrics A newly-appointed Christian college president decided to initiate a campus-wide focus on the spiritual development of students, faculty, and staff. As he launched the initiative, he faced unforeseen obstacles. Whereas the stated (written) values of the institution emphasized the importance of spiritual formation; however, academics consistently took precedence over spiritual formation in budget and scheduling decisions. In their attemptRead MoreRead more" title="Read more" url="https://freedomtolead.net/measuring-leadership-effectiveness/" align="right"]
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