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What are the benefits for leaders to engage in the early stages of policy development?  
There are a number of benefits associated with participating in policy development for a group or organization. For example, if the policy affects multiple groups or division in an organization, participating in its development allows you to protect your group’s interests and/or resources. Additionally, it is a leader’s responsibility to clarify policy for subordinates and provide specific directions/guidelines to them regarding their roles in enforcing the organization’s policy. Helping to develop the policy will ensure the leader’s own understanding of it.
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