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What Is Your Vision?. VISION: A DEFINITION. “…a vision is a realistic, credible, attractive, future for your organization.” - Nanus. VISION. CHARACTERISTICS. Simple Worthwhile A Living Document Deals With Quality and Dedication What You and Your Colleagues/Team Want to Create.

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What is your vision

What Is Your Vision?


Vision a definition

VISION:A DEFINITION

“…a vision is a realistic, credible, attractive, future for your organization.”

- Nanus


What is your vision

VISION

CHARACTERISTICS

Simple

Worthwhile

A Living Document

Deals With Quality and Dedication

What You and Your Colleagues/Team Want to Create

Provides Meaning

Idealistic

Considers Concerns and Needs

Uses Language of Stakeholders

Implementation Respects Time


What is your vision

VISIONS AND STRATEGIC PLANS:

A COMPRISON

Strategic Plans

-Directional

-Linear

-Reaction to Trends

-Forward to the Future

-How to Get There

-Complete Plan

-Secret

Visions

-End is Stated

-Holistic

-Desire to Create

-Backward From the Future

-Unclear How to Get There

-Vision Language

-Public


Visions some samples

VISIONS: SOME SAMPLES

Apple Computer

Hard Rock Café

-”To make a contribution to the world by making tools for the mind that advance humankind.”

-”Love all,

serve all.”


Another vision

ANOTHER VISION

  • Bread Loaf Construction

    -”We are a family, empowered by the strength of our people; we seek challenges, we focus upon employee wellness and community responsibility.”


Vision american society of training and development

VISION: AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

  • “We are the world leader in workplace learning and performance

  • We help set direction for new explorations on the frontiers for learning and development

  • The workforces of the world perform better because of our leadership


Vision the leader s role

VISION: THE LEADER’S ROLE

  • Create a Vision Framework

  • Set a Collaborative Planning Process to Co-Create the Future

  • Communicate the Vision to Stakeholders

  • Get Stakeholder Commitment

  • Model the Vision


Vision success factors

VISION: SUCCESS FACTORS

Stakeholders Included From the Beginning

Steering Committee Fair and Balanced

Open and Visible

Consensus Based

An Educational Process


Vision steering committee role

VISION: STEERING COMMITTEE ROLE

Design an open, inclusive process

Initial Role: Facilitative

Ultimately:

-Final Drafters

-Consensus Builders


Creating a vision some guiding questions

CREATING A VISION: SOME GUIDING QUESTIONS

  • What kind of organization are we?

  • What Kind of organization do we want to become?

  • What do we really want to create?

  • What would be worth committing to over the next five or ten years?

  • How are we different from other similar organizations?

  • What are the right things to do?


Personal vision considerations

PERSONAL VISION: CONSIDERATIONS

Self

Relationships

Work Life

Health

Recreation


Implementing a vision some questions

IMPLEMENTING A VISION: SOME QUESTIONS

What is our role bringing about change and renewal?

How do we manage the short term while creating the long term?

How and when will changes take place?

Who will lead in each area?


The higher purpose of vision

THE HIGHER PURPOSE OF VISION

“A vision is powerful because it speaks directly to the heart--to unconscious yearnings to be great, to serve, to make a difference, to be involved in something meaningful, to pursue a dream, to achieve a higher purpose…”

Fusion Leadership


Next steps

NEXT STEPS…

  • More training on process (Series)

  • Work on the vision framework

  • Use the accordion process

  • Have vision work hand-in-hand with the mission

  • Get the right people on the bus and the wrong people off the bus


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