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What is the value and primary purpose of dialogue at the strategic level?  
Unlike dialogue at the direct leader level that often tends to be more task-oriented (e.g., providing instruction, counsel, working on near-term objectives, etc.), dialogue at the strategic level tends to be more abstract (e.g., encouraging dialogue to persuade others to negotiate a conflicting issue, exchange points of view, gather information, identify concerns, enlist support from other organizations, etc.). Dialogue at the strategic level tends to focus more on future objectives and/or long-term goals, on areas that affect the organization’s vision.
Keywords: Leadership, Communication, Communications

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