2.2.2 Defines Priorities & Strategies
A Circle’s Lead Link may define relative priorities for the Circle. In addition, the Lead Link may define a more general“Strategy” for the Circle, or multiple Strategies, which are heuristics that guide the Circle’s Roles in self-identifying priorities on an ongoing basis.
It is my interpretation that the above paragraph of the Constitution creates, by making explicit of "who may do what", an implicit "Priorities and Strategies of the Circle" domain and delegates it to the Lead Link.
However the "APPENDIX A - DEFINITION OF CORE ROLES" makes no mention of such domain.
In the practice, I feel like "Priorities & Strategies" are treated like a domain.
Moreover the "APPENDIX A - DEFINITION OF CORE ROLES" describes an accountability of the Lead Link : "Establishing priorities and Strategies for the Circle" whereas 2.2.2 expresses an allowance ("may").
I see a difference between what "one may do" and "one is expected to do".
In the practice, I feel like "Priorities & Strategies" are treated like an accountability.