Vision and Leadership


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The very essence of leadership is that you have to have a vision. Nothing happens until there is a vision.

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Vision and Leadership

  1. 1. Vision and Leadership
  2. 2. The very essence of leadership is that you have to have a vision.
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  4. 4. Shared vision emerge from personal visions.
  5. 5. Genuine caring about a shared vision is rooted in personal aspirations.
  6. 6. Nothing happens until there is a vision.
  7. 7. Peoples personal visions usually include dimensions that concern family, organizations, community, and even the world.
  8. 8. Collectively, we can be more insightful, more intelligent that we can possibly be individually.
  9. 9. It is not a truly a “shared vision” until it connects with the personal vision of people throughout the organization.
  10. 10. Collaborating for a common goal and purpose.
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  12. 12. In moving toward a desire destination, it is vital to know where you are now.
  13. 13. Shared vision compels courage. Courage is simply doing whatever is needed in pursuit of the vision.
  14. 14. Failure is simply a shortfall evidence of the gap between vision and current reality.
  15. 15. Failure is an opportunity for learning.
  16. 16. When there is a genuine vision, people excel and learn, not because they are told to, but because they want to.
  17. 17. Purpose or “mission” Why do we exist?
  18. 18. Great organization have a larger sense of purpose that transcends providing for the needs of their customers and employees.
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  21. 21. equal opportunity integrity leanness freedom merit loyalty Core honesty openness values
  22. 22. A core value like openness requires the skills of reflection and inquire . . .
  23. 23. within an overall contest of trusting and supporting one another.
  24. 24. Many organizations truly pull together only when their survival is threatened.
  25. 25. We each have a learning horizon, a breath of vision in time and space.
  26. 26. It’s not what the vision is, is what the vision does.
  27. 27. Commitment to a vision is the action of the heart guided by sincere desire to serve the world.
  28. 28. Who’s responsible? The governing board is responsible for the organizational vision and mission.
  29. 29. Analogy Lessons from mother nature.
  30. 30. Beehive it’s explained as symbol of collaboration adding to the common stock of knowledge and understanding. Symbolism
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  32. 32. The queen bee represents leadership.
  33. 33. The bee represents each member of the organization..
  34. 34. Purpose: Bees help pollinate plants. Pollination is vital for practically every plant life form on the planet.
  35. 35. Foraging is the act of searching for provisions and working for a common goal.
  36. 36. Bees are crucial agricultural workers and they play a vital role in our ecosystem.
  37. 37. Plants and flowers symbolize society.
  38. 38. Honey symbolize profits and results.
  39. 39. We all play an important role in our society. Just bee!
  40. 40. If you are seeking for a visionary partner contact: Mr. Jorge Madrid at: E d u t e c h n i a . o r g Founder (Sorry, no my actual picture)
  41. 41. What’s your purpose in life? Bee or not to bee?
  42. 42. Extracted ‘like nectar’ from: “The Fifth Discipline” by Peter Senge. Presented by: Jorge Madrid Educator Images: Flickr friends and Google friends. Keyword bees. Music: Remix by Phil Collings –In the air tonight Your pictures inspired me to do this project. No copyright infringement is intended. If you are the original owner of a piece of media and you would like to get the proper credit or just to be removed, please contact me at: