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  • 1. Articulating Your Leadership Vision Presented by "Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality.“ — Warren Bennis “ You want to set a goal that is big enough that in the process of achieving it you become someone worth becoming." — Jim Rohn “ Dreams are extremely important. You can’t do it unless you can imagine it." — George Lucas “ Vision without execution is hallucination.” — Thomas Edison “ What could be worse than being born without sight? …Being born with sight and no vision.” Helen Keller If your vision is for a year, plant wheat. If your vision is for a decade, plant trees. If your vision is for a lifetime, plant people. - Chinese Proverb The future does not belong to those who are content with today; rather, it will belong to those who can blend vision, reason, and courage in a personal commitment. -Robert Kennedy “ The power of transcendent vision is greater than the power of the scripting deep inside the human personality and it subordinates it, submerges it, until the whole personality is reorganized in the accomplishment of that vision.” -Steven Covey I resent the limitations of my own imagination. -Walt Disney
  • 2. Articulating Your Leadership Vision Session Guidelines
    • Fully Present and engaged participants
      • No Distractions (cell phones, text messages, etc…)
    • Excellent communicators taking risks
    • Trusted partners supporting each other
  • 3. What is a Leadership Vision?
    • Leadership Vision is…
    • “ A picture of the future that produces passion in the hearts of everyone involved.”
    • Leadership By the Book
    • Blanchard, Hybels, & Hodges
  • 4. Why is it important?
    • Focuses actions and energy
    • Clarifies direction
    • Improves decision making
    • Meaning and Purpose
  • 5. Mission vs. Vision
    • Mission
    • Goal Oriented
    • Fundamental Purpose
    • Vision
    • Long Term
    • Inspirational
    • Descriptive
  • 6. Criteria for your Leadership Vision Statement
    • Future Focused
    • Graphic Picture in rich detail
      • Auditory – Visual - Kinesthetic
    • Big Enough to Inspire
    • Easily Understood by Others
  • 7. Building your Leadership Vision Statement
    • Define the Time Frame
    • Define the Community
      • who are you leading?
    • Describe the Outcomes
    • Add Detail and Passion
    • Tell the Story
  • 8. Articulating Your Leadership Vision Practice Suggestions
    • Spend time with your Leadership Vision multiple times every day.
      • Read it
        • In the morning when you wake up
        • At night before bed
      • Write it
        • In a journal
        • On a note card and carry it with you
      • Speak It, OUT LOUD, with conviction
        • In the shower
        • In the car
        • On the riding mower
  • 9.
    • Continuously improving the quality of life by consistently improving the quality of communication.
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