Vision and Priorities

If You Know Where You’re Going, It’s a Lot Easier to Get There

Have you developed a clear vision for your enterprise?

Have you identified three to five key priorities to achieve that vision?

Do you actively communicate this vision, and associated key priorities, to your organization?

In order to understand a business or nonprofit—and assess the challenges facing its leader—it is critically important to begin with the question “What is your vision for this enterprise?” What do you hope to achieve in the years ahead? What is special about this organization? Why do you spend your precious time working at this firm? Can you communicate the vision clearly and effectively, so that it is well understood by your employees and ...

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