Why Visions are Important NOW

A vision is the touchstone for change. If you are facing change as an organization, or a team, define what that future state could look like – as then you have a stake in the ground and a direction. You can always change and course correct as you learn more about what you didn’t know in the first place!

Visions inspire passion, motivation, action! A powerful vision pulls in ideas, people and other resources. It creates the energy and will to make change happen. It inspires individuals and organizations to commit, to persist and to give their best.

Visions bring stakeholders together. Visions give direction and create alignment. A vision helps keep organizations and teams focused and together, especially with complex projects and in stressful times. You can refer back to the visions and check in on why you are doing whatever it is you’re focused on, get reconnected to your purpose, check to see if your new idea, FITS with the vision, or falls outside of it.

At Transformative Visions, we coach and train people to be great leaders and managers of teams that deliver results!

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