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What are some techniques that strategic leaders use to foster group cooperation?  
There are a number of techniques that strategic leaders use to foster group cooperation. One way is to develop mutually agreed upon goals, methods for accomplishing tasks, and the milestones used to measure success on projects. Reaching this kind of consensus help to foster group cooperation. Developing good communication channels among group members and using effective teambuilding activities also improve group cohesion and cooperation. Sometimes just because of the position they hold, strategic leaders have the ability to influence others to commit to teamwork, cooperation and collaboration and they use this influence to encourage support for the organization. Furthermore, strategic leaders can attract commitment from group members by demonstrating an “example of excellence,” modeling the behavior and standards of excellence that they want the group to strive to achieve.
Keywords: Leadership, Organizational management

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