Wishing is insufficient.
Intentions, while more impactful than wishes, are also woefully ineffectual.
Personal or communal or organizational change requires a commitment to habitual alterations of behavior. These behavioral changes in habit will begin to subsequently shape changes in ways of thinking. They gain momentum and "sticking" power as the desired results begin to emerge.
For those of us in leadership positions, not only must we MODEL the desired habits. We should also persistently NOTICE when others embrace those habits. And, if we want those habits to gain traction, we are compelled to consistently and specifically ACKNOWLEDGE -- both in private and in public -- those habitual enactments.
Turning intentions into habits is tough work >>> MODEL + NOTICE + ACKNOWLEDGE.
Leadership ain't for sissies.