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  • 1. CASTING ORGANIZATIONAL VISIONCopyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 2. CASTING ORGANIZATIONAL VISIONCreating and casting organizational vision takes time and isbest done in phases. If an organization wants to exist for a longtime, a solid foundation is required. This is best accomplishedby laying down the blue print for vision. Phase 1 consist of the visionary taking ownership of the vision and developing theproper team to accomplish the vision. Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 3. PHASE 1Questions About Vision:1. What is vision?2. How is vision created?3. Who needs a vision?4. How do I effectively cast vision?5. Who do I cast vision to?6. How do I create momentum for my vision?7. How do I create a strategy for my vision?8. How do I avoid bigger before better syndrome?9. Who should be a part of the vision?10. How do I own my vision? Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 4. PHASE 1 10 Reasons Vision Is Important:1. Clarifies direction2. Invites unity3. Facilitates function4. Enhances leadership5. Prompts passion6. Fosters risk taking7. Offers sustenance8. Creates energy9. Provides Purpose10. Motivates giving Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 5. PHASE 1Organizational vision is birthed from individual vision.An individual is inspired or called to serve people in aparticular manner.The organizational vision will be an extension of apersonal vision expanded.Therefore it is vital that the visionary own the vision. Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 6. PHASE 1Owning The Vision:This is a key and critical essential of the vision. Thevisionary must take time to own the vision. Based on personal values, sense of purpose and area of servicedesired.3 Keys on Ownership:1. Accomplishing this vision will bring me the most joy2. I have publicly shared my vision with other people3. My vision has been challenged and I still embrace it Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 7. PHASE 1Owning The Vision: A.It feels right on you B.It provides wings to your spirit C.It will fire you up D.It will keep you up at night E.It will take you out your comfort zone F.It will be fulfilling to you G.You will feel you were made to do it Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 8. PHASE 1Owning The Vision:1. Be willing to bet on yourself2. Lead your life instead of accepting your life3. Love what you do and do what you love4. Don’t compare yourself or your vision to others Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 9. PHASE 1 Who Is The Visionary: DOER SPEAKERSTRATEGIST VISIONARY Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 10. PHASE 1In the quadrant you will find four parts, Visionary,Strategist, Doer and Speaker. The natural flow is tobegan with vision, vision then needs a strategy, oncestrategy is in place, doers are required, and lastly thespeaker is constantly echoing the vision.The visionary needs to know which quadrant theynaturally fallinto, so they can assemble the right team. Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 11. PHASE 1 VALUES MISSIONVISION STRATEGY Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 12. PHASE 1VALUES:The organizational values will be based on theindividuals value system. What is the persons moralcompass. What does the individual stand for? Howdoes the individual want to be viewed in public andprivate? These will all set the tone for organizationalvalue system.MISSION:The mission of the organization is an extension of apersonalmission of the individual. It is a specific purpose Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 13. PHASE 1VISION:Vision is a clear, challenging picture of the futureSTRATEGY:Without a clear, practical strategy, an organization willnever realize it’s mission or vision Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 14. PHASE 1Building the Team:Once the visionary is secure in theirownership of the vision, itis now time to build the team.Team members should have a similarpassion and heart ofthe visionary for the vision.When the visionary speaks, the heartof the team member should leap. Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 15. PHASE 1Building the Team:Having the wrong peopleon the bus will only causetrouble in the long run.Three Areas that Affect the Size of Vision:1. The Visionary2. The PEOPLE attached3. The Timing of the Vision Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 16. PHASE 1Building the Team:Team members help to communicate the vision, so itis vital that they understand the vision.Vision Casting Flow:1. The Visionary2. Team Leaders3. Team Players Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 17. PHASE 1Building the Team:The visionary and the team willspend a great deal of timemeeting and communicatingabout the vision. This time isessential and should never beover looked or taken for granted.Several things are accomplishedin these meetings……… Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 18. PHASE 1Building the Team:1. The visionaries heart for the vision2. The ground rules for continued communication3. The mission4. Clarification5. What is success, what is winning6. The evaluating process7. What type of environment do we want to create8. What will be the strategy for the mission9. How is what we want accomplished10. Setting SMART goals Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 19. PHASE 1Building the Team:Before information is brought to the masses orpublic, the team should have a full understanding ofthe goal, the strategy and the win. Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 20. PROBLEM SOLVING1. Does this problem keep resurfacing Ex. Sales are down every June Ex. Membership is down every July2. Is this a problem that needs to be fixed or managed Ex. No parking every Christmas3. Are there mature people on both sides Ex. Old Members vs New Members4. Are the two sides interdependent Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 21. CREATING MOMENTUM1. New Triggers Momentum2. Anything new by definition creates momentum3. Momentum can be positive or negative Ex. September 11 Ex. Haiti Mission Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 22. CREATING MOMENTUM1. Don’t tweak old stuff2. New Leader Needed?3. New Program or Product• 3 Areas to look at, Person, Direction or Program• New doesn’t sustain momentum Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 23. NOTES FOR TEAM MEMBERS1. Celebrate accomplishments2. Thank People3. Respect People4. Don’t take yourself to serious5. Challenge the Process a. Who has the best the ideas b. Challenge at the right time c. Challenge in the right environments Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 24. NOTES FOR TEAM MEMBERS6. Any new system will fight change7. Agree in public, ask questions in private8. Don’t get caught up in sideways energy9. Great ideas become old ideas10. Follow through now, debrief later11. Never challenge the process in public12. Understand healthy tension a. Some tension is good b. Problems to solve vs Tension to Manage Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 25. CLOSING NOTES1. If we get BETTER, we will get BIGGER!2. Clarification and Evaluation3. When you reach a goal, you experience a win4. You cannot evaluate what is not clear5. We want a organization that compliments and not competes against your family1. How is what we want accomplished2. Marry the Mission, Date the Method3. The way we do it will change4. No “How” last for ever Copyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved
  • 26. Dr. Will is author of the top selling book Genius Potential and a sought after speaker for conferences, corporate training, colleges and organizations around the world. Dr. Will is founder of Will Moreland International LLC a think tank for developing world class leaders in life and business. The author of fourteen books ranging from leadership to mental development, his insights on leadership gleaned from his military duty to working with different organizations is remarkable. For more information about his books, seminars, training and speeches, please contact him at: Will Moreland International LLC P.O. Box 1581 Queen- Creek, Az 85142 Phone: 480-442-3056 Email: info@willmoreland.com Visit us on the web at: www.willmoreland.com www.geniuspotentialbook.infoCopyright 2012 by Will Moreland All Rights Reserved