Leaders create a positive climate by earning trust, treating people with respect, enforcing discipline, and encouraging people to have fun. High morale is a consequence of positive climate. People that work in a positive climate are more resilient.
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Leaders develop cohesion by organizing people to work in teams instead of silos. Working in teams allows trust and mutual respect to develop between peers. Teamwork is a consequence of cohesion. People that are part of a cohesive team are more resilient.
Leaders can provide their people with a sense of purpose by encouraging continuous learning and delegating responsibility. Motivation and commitment are the consequences of having purpose in the workplace. People that have a sense of purpose are more resilient.