Vision/Mission. Visions are:. Positive & Inspiring Developed by the Leader Shared by the Team Comprehensive & Detailed. Visions are deeper than dreams Visions imply action Action without vision passes time Vision is a result of dreams in action
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Visions are: • Positive & Inspiring • Developed by the Leader • Shared by the Team • Comprehensive & Detailed
Visions are deeper than dreams Visions imply action • Action without vision passes time • Vision is a result of dreams in action • Values are a way of measuring the rightness of your direction, but they can’t give you direction. Vision does.
Self Motivation Steps • Get a clear picture of what you want • not what you don’t want • Clarify your desire • how much time, money, effort, risk • Fit it into your star • balance • Imagine the end result in vivid detail
Self-affirmation Statements • See yourself where you want to be • imagine it • structured statements • describe yourself • as though you have already achieved it
Engage in self-talk • first person • present tense • positive • action and emotion • Ten seconds twice a day • morning & night • No false sense of hope • 65% attitude • 20% knowledge • 15% skills
If fail • “that’s not like me” • or change goals • Measure the outcome • feedback • If it is to be it is up to me. • Law of expectation and experience--We seldom, if ever, exceed our expectations. • You get about what you expect. What are you expecting?
Self-affirmation Statement • Example “I am consistently very positive on the job, at home, and in play; I control my self-talk and I radiate this attitude to others around me.” Self-image Self-talk Performance
Dwell on what they want to happen Dwell on past wins Dwell on what they don’t want to happen Dwell on past losses High Performers Low Performers
Sayings To STOP • When it rains; it pours! • It’s one of those days! • If it’s not one thing; it’s another... • Too good to be true... • What’s the matter with me?
8 Actions for Finding and Focusing Your Vision • 1-Think first about your past • 2-Determine what you want • 3-Write about how you’ve made a difference • 4-Write a short vision statement
5-Act on your intuition • 6-Test your assumptions • 7-Become a futurist • 8-Rehearse your vision
Vision Broader Further into future Mission More specific Immediate future How we’re going to fulfill our vision Difference in a Vision and a Mission
Interchangeable? • “Vision” and “Mission” are often used interchangeably • Many authors and leaders do not distinguish between the two terms
4 Attributes of Vision • Ideality: The Pursuit of Excellence • Uniqueness: Pride in Being Different • Future Orientation: Looking Forward • Imagery: Pictures of the Future
Visions/Missions: • Go beyond mere platitudes • Exude a sense that the organization can make the world better in some way • Are realistically attainable and believable