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Vision and Team
 Development
One of the greatest challenges!
One of the greatest challenges!
       One of the greatest
  challenges any leader has in
  regard to team development
  i...
One of the greatest challenges!
       One of the greatest
  challenges any leader has in
  regard to team development
  i...
One of the greatest challenges!
       One of the greatest
  challenges any leader has in
  regard to team development
  i...
Vision and team development is
    an evolutionary process!
Vision and team development is
    an evolutionary process!
                    “In an empowered
                    organ...
Vision and team development is
    an evolutionary process!
                 “It (vision) cannot come from
               ...
Vision and team development is
    an evolutionary process!

              “....vision of the organization
              t...
Vision and team development is
    an evolutionary process!

               “The organization’s values tell
              ...
Vision is....
Vision is....

 “....... only an idea or an image of a more
desirable future for the organization, but the
right vision is...
“Right Vision!”
“Right Vision!”
• The right vision attracts
  commitment and energizes
  people.
“Right Vision!”
• The right vision attracts
  commitment and energizes
  people.

• The right vision creates meaning
  in ...
“Right Vision!”
• The right vision attracts
  commitment and energizes
  people.

• The right vision creates meaning
  in ...
“Right Vision!”
• The right vision attracts
  commitment and energizes
  people.

• The right vision creates meaning
  in ...
“Right Vision!”
• The right vision attracts
  commitment and energizes
  people.

• The right vision creates meaning
  in ...
To Build Upon Vision...
To Build Upon Vision...
          ....those who are in
          leadership must entrust the
          development of that...
Vision is.....

....... the domain of leadership.
The visionary does not live in the
past but rather seeks to create a
new...
A True Visionary is.....
A True Visionary is.....

....one who does not accept the
present as the final conclusion but is
rather “drawing up plans a...
Vision and Commitment?
Vision and Commitment?
          “Our commitment to the goals
          of the organization for which
           we work e...
A Common and Shared
      Vision
A Common and Shared
      Vision

  Unites any team!
The Goal of the Visionary


                The goal of a visionary is to aim above and beyond

                          ...
The Goal of the Visionary


                The goal of a visionary is to aim above and beyond

                          ...
A Common and Shared
      Vision
A common and shared vision unites any team.

             Attempting to develop a team

w...
Attempting to develop a
    A Common and Shared
team without a unifying
                Vision
vision is difficult if not
 ...
Vision and Team
   Development

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    1. 1. Vision and Team Development
    2. 2. One of the greatest challenges!
    3. 3. One of the greatest challenges! One of the greatest challenges any leader has in regard to team development is the clarifying of a vision. Without a clear vision the leader is crippled in his or her ability to develop a team concept.
    4. 4. One of the greatest challenges! One of the greatest challenges any leader has in regard to team development is the clarifying of a vision. Without a clear vision the leader is crippled in his or her ability to develop a team concept.
    5. 5. One of the greatest challenges! One of the greatest challenges any leader has in regard to team development is the clarifying of a vision. Without a clear vision the leader is crippled in his or her ability to develop a team concept.
    6. 6. Vision and team development is an evolutionary process!
    7. 7. Vision and team development is an evolutionary process! “In an empowered organization, the best guidance comes from the team’s understanding of the organization’s vision and values.”* *Richard S. Wellins, William C. Byham, and Heanne M. Wilson, Empowered Change (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1991), 78.
    8. 8. Vision and team development is an evolutionary process! “It (vision) cannot come from the rules or books of procedure; that is not empowerment. No book of procedures can answer all the questions that arise, and manuals are quickly outdated.”* *Richard S. Wellins, William C. Byham, and Heanne M. Wilson, Empowered Change (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1991), 78.
    9. 9. Vision and team development is an evolutionary process! “....vision of the organization tells the team in which direction the organization is going and what it plans to accomplish.”* *Richard S. Wellins, William C. Byham, and Heanne M. Wilson, Empowered Change (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1991), 78.
    10. 10. Vision and team development is an evolutionary process! “The organization’s values tell the team how to accomplish the vision. Values are the subtle control mechanisms that informally sanction or prohibit behavior.”* *Richard S. Wellins, William C. Byham, and Heanne M. Wilson, Empowered Change (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1991), 78.
    11. 11. Vision is....
    12. 12. Vision is.... “....... only an idea or an image of a more desirable future for the organization, but the right vision is an idea so energizing that it in effect jump-starts the future by calling forth skills, talents, and resources to make it happen.”* * Burt Nanus, Visionary Leadership (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1992), 8.
    13. 13. “Right Vision!”
    14. 14. “Right Vision!” • The right vision attracts commitment and energizes people.
    15. 15. “Right Vision!” • The right vision attracts commitment and energizes people. • The right vision creates meaning in workers’ lives.
    16. 16. “Right Vision!” • The right vision attracts commitment and energizes people. • The right vision creates meaning in workers’ lives. • The right vision establishes a standard of excellence.
    17. 17. “Right Vision!” • The right vision attracts commitment and energizes people. • The right vision creates meaning in workers’ lives. • The right vision establishes a standard of excellence. • The right vision bridges the present and future.*
    18. 18. “Right Vision!” • The right vision attracts commitment and energizes people. • The right vision creates meaning in workers’ lives. • The right vision establishes a standard of excellence. • The right vision bridges the present and future.* Burt Nanus, Visionary Leadership (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1992
    19. 19. To Build Upon Vision...
    20. 20. To Build Upon Vision... ....those who are in leadership must entrust the development of that vision to others. The “how-to’s” of a vision must be released by the visionary to others for successful accomplishment of the vision.* * Richard S. Wellins, William C. Byham, and Heanne M. Wilson, Empowered Change (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1991), 78.
    21. 21. Vision is..... ....... the domain of leadership. The visionary does not live in the past but rather seeks to create a new future............ Reggie McNeal, Revolution in Leadership (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1998)
    22. 22. A True Visionary is.....
    23. 23. A True Visionary is..... ....one who does not accept the present as the final conclusion but is rather “drawing up plans and supervising bridge-building projects to link the present with a better future they have seen.” Reggie McNeal, Revolution in Leadership (Nashville: Abingdon Press, 1998)
    24. 24. Vision and Commitment?
    25. 25. Vision and Commitment? “Our commitment to the goals of the organization for which we work exceeds the money we receive for our efforts. We are committed to our jobs because of the opportunities that they provide us to do something personally meaningful with our lives.” Samuel A. Culbert, The Organization Trap and How to Get out of It (New York: Basic Books, 1974), 152.
    26. 26. A Common and Shared Vision
    27. 27. A Common and Shared Vision Unites any team!
    28. 28. The Goal of the Visionary The goal of a visionary is to aim above and beyond compensation. The treasure of the visionary is the fruit of the task, not how much the job pays. A common and shared vision unites any team. Attempting to develop a team without a unifying vision is difficult if not impossible. Team leadership calls upon the leader to set the standard for the team. In short, a leader’s success in establishing a team-based organization will demand a high level of commitment to both work and co- workers.14
    29. 29. The Goal of the Visionary The goal of a visionary is to aim above and beyond compensation. The treasure of the visionary Is to aim above and is the fruit of the task, not how much the job pays. A common and shared vision unites any team. Attempting to beyond compensation. develop a team without a unifying vision is difficult if not impossible. Team leadership calls upon the leader to set the standard for the team. In short, a leader’s success in establishing a team-based organization will demand a high level of commitment to both work and co- workers.14
    30. 30. A Common and Shared Vision A common and shared vision unites any team. Attempting to develop a team without a unifying vision is difficult if not impossible. Team leadership calls upon the leader to set the standard for the team. In short, a leader’s success in establishing a team-based organization will demand a high level of commitment to both work and co- workers.14
    31. 31. Attempting to develop a A Common and Shared team without a unifying Vision vision is difficult if not A common and shared vision unites any team. impossible! Attempting to develop a team without a unifying vision is difficult if not impossible. Team leadership calls upon the leader to set the standard for the team. In short, a leader’s success in establishing a team-based organization will demand a high level of commitment to both work and co- workers.14
    32. 32. Vision and Team Development This powerpoint was created by Like A Team www.likeateam.com Some of this information is also part of a book entitled A Consultant’s Strategy of Team Development written by Dr. Dale Roach, 2002
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