Join Mike Figliuolo for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting a vision, part of Developing Your Leadership Philosophy.
- As you're leading the thinking for your team,…your responsibility as the leader is to set a direction.…You need to paint a clear and compelling picture…of what you're trying to get the team to build,…because if they don't have direction,…they don't understand how their role,…and the work that they do contributes…to the greater good of the organization.…The more clearly you're able to articulate…that vision of a future state,…the more excited you can have the members…of your team be about how their contributions drive…to that ultimate end state.…
You need to lay out what should we do…and why should we do it.…For example, I run a very small training firm out…of Columbus, Ohio, but I've laid out a vision…for our organization that we're going…to be a global firm of uniquely skilled executives…who teach managers around the world to be great leaders.…Now, you say, that's pretty audacious…for some guy from Columbus, Ohio…to say he's building a global firm…that helps managers become great leaders.…
But you know what, that vision is really compelling,…
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- Examine the four critical aspects of leadership.
- Explore how to find your internal motivation and why it affects leadership.
- Identify the key goals that drive a leadership vision.
- Review methods for motivating, inspiring, and developing future leaders.
- Recognize with whom you should share your leadership vision.