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  • Visionary Servant Leaders Servant Leaders are not only aware of themselves and reality around them, they do something and act on it.
  • A Vision... is a clear and compelling picture of the desired future.
  • A Vision... is exciting and motivating. grabs the mind and heart…
  • VISION EQUATION Values + Principle + Aspiration= VISION
  • A vision without action is a daydream. Action without a vision is a nightmare. -Japanese Proverb
  • VISION EQUATION (Values + Principle + Aspiration) x Action = VISION
  • Personal Vision A picture of the compelling future you want to CREATE for YOURSELF.
  • Organizational Vision A picture of the organizational future that you and your organization and desire and will CREATE TOGETHER.
  • Truth about Visions The rubber band complex...
  • A few more insights: Through visioning, you define what kind of positive change you want to make. It is INSPIRING, MOTIVATING and gives PURPOSE. A vision, can ultimately create a COMMUNITY.
  • Visioning Activity 1: (10 minutes) 1. Using the Vision Equation, list down your personal Values, Principles and Aspirations. Values + Principle + Aspiration= VISION
  • Visioning Activity 2: (45 mins.) 1.In groups, discuss your vision for the Assumption San Lorenzo Community (using the Vision Equation). Discuss the following points as well. • Goals and Objectives • Possible issues that will hamper your vision • The role of each person to build a community • Desired outcome 2. As a group, create a Vision board using the materials you have. 3. Present it to the group.