Here, you may find a call to arms of sorts by the Swedish most prominent telco. I was born Russian, and I live in Sweden, so English is just about my third language. And so the following line does not sound right in my head:
Leadership is our drive. What's your?
Well, I want to say, what's yours? but that doesn't seem to go with implied drive. But for some reason it sounds really wrong to me. I think it's idiomatic in inspiro-speak to leave out the drive-part, so I'm not complaining about omitted subjects and fragmentation.
So is this wrong? And if it's not — why do I feel like ending the punchline with what's your? sounds much worse than ending it with what's yours? ..?