The roles of strategy and leadership are ever evolving, especially in today's fast moving and somewhat ambiguous digital world where certain approaches that have proven somewhat successful for decades are, in many cases, fast becoming obsolete. The chapter focuses on the four priority areas: Leadership, Team Dynamics, Strategic planning, and Implementation. Most often team outcomes are impacted by team dynamics. Many organisations can get caught in a cycle of strategic plans that only ever capture operational effectiveness tasks. A survey into the strategic planning practices of non-profit organisations found that 39" of high performance non-profit organisations were highly successful at developing data-driven strategies. In strategy or business planning, the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis can be used to assess factors internal or external to the team/organisation, and ensure that these are accounted for in the development of any plan.