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.
What Is Your Vision?
“…a vision is a realistic, credible, attractive, future for your organization.”
A Living Document
Deals With Quality and Dedication
What You and Your Colleagues/Team Want to Create
Considers Concerns and Needs
Uses Language of Stakeholders
Implementation Respects Time
VISIONS AND STRATEGIC PLANS:
-Reaction to Trends
-Forward to the Future
-How to Get There
-End is Stated
-Desire to Create
-Backward From the Future
-Unclear How to Get There
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-”To make a contribution to the world by making tools for the mind that advance humankind.”
-”We are a family, empowered by the strength of our people; we seek challenges, we focus upon employee wellness and community responsibility.”
Stakeholders Included From the Beginning
Steering Committee Fair and Balanced
Open and Visible
An Educational Process
VISION: STEERING COMMITTEE ROLE
Design an open, inclusive process
Initial Role: Facilitative
PERSONAL VISION: CONSIDERATIONS
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
“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…”