Does your team have a shared context? If they don’t, they may fall short of achieving their goals (both individually and collectively).
Leaders must own the context by which their teams operate. (The context is the general that lends meaning to the specific.)
Owning the context doesn’t allow you to change people, but it does allow you to shift the way they approach their work.
When teams have a shared context, their individual work has meaning and each individual can thrive. The team will have greater success. Remember, you can’t change another person’s mind, but you can help shift their perspective. Owning or setting the context is the key to that influence.