Submitted by Sal Silvester on March 15, 2012
I have written in the past about how "vision" often alludes leaders. "I'm not visionary" is something I often hear in my leadership development programs.
As a result, leaders often fail to create and communicate a vision and instead develop project plans and product road maps. These are important tools, but they are management tools. They are tools for controlling what is happening today. I don't know anyone who was ever inspired by a project plan or a product road map.
Submitted by Sal Silvester on October 19, 2011
We hear a lot about accountability. But, what does it really mean? What can leaders do to create an accountable organization?
Here are a few questions to consider.
Submitted by Sal Silvester on October 17, 2011
Numerous leadership books will tell you that having a vision is important. But for many people, the idea alone is difficult to understand, which makes developing a team vision elusive.
Having a vision for your team is critical because it gives the members clarity on the team’s purpose and where it’s going. That clarity helps in day-to-day decision making, prioritizing, and understanding expectations.
Here is a simple 6-step process to help you create a meaningful and compelling vision for your team.
Submitted by Sal Silvester on July 28, 2009