Finding Your Business Vision
Have we lost trust?
People don’t trust the idea of vision these days. What some organizations call vision is no more than a cleverly disguised marketing message.
Having a vision is extraordinary, but it will require key elements to turn it into reality for your organization. Vision takes serious work and continuous investment to keep it alive.
This week, Dr. Jesse Lyn Stoner, Founder of Seapoint Center for Collaborative Leadership, shared 3 essential elements to a compelling business vision: purpose, values, and a clear picture of a desirable future.
People get lazy on vision: it takes a long-term plan. Leaders must live the vision consistently and integrate it into the organizational infrastructure.
A1: Some leaders want an instant fix. They won’t find it with tactics. Strategic vision is required for the long-term. #Tchat
— John R. Bell (@JohnRichardBell) February 26, 2015
Creating strategic visions doesn’t lie just with leadership. Visionary leaders involve everyone in the process.
Give your talent a voice. That takes vision itself, but what is that vision about?
Purpose and values matter, especially when there is trust.
Create an authentic vision. Give the words of your vision life by involving others. People will rally behind the visionary leaders they believe in and trust.
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