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How to get your team moving towards your vision! Step 4

Culturation – Ownership

When attempting to make the vision or the change part of the culture we should be extremely careful of thinking within short term measures. Leaders often give up a drive towards a culture change towards a new vision just before they reach the curve in which more acceptance of the vision and buy in is soon to be achieved. I have often been surprised by leaders reporting to me in utter desperation that they believe the vision will never be achieved just to return the next meeting rejoicing about the puzzle pieces falling into place. This often depends on the choice they made to push through or see what they can learn from failure before they even failed (falling to the wild horse thoughts).

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How to get your team moving towards your vision! Step 2

Presentation

When presenting the new vision the leaders often enter with the subconscious fear that they will be facing resistance. This fear plays itself out in their body language and tone of voice which makes up more than 90% of your communication power. The listeners will therefore believe the body instead of the spoken word.

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How to get your team moving towards your vision! Step 1

Step 1

Step 1

When “selling” your dreams for your team via a vision the Wild Horse could cause the sale to go sour before it has even been put on the table effectively.

This could happen at any of the following stages: Formulation, Presentation, Execution and Culturation – Ownership

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How to get your team moving towards your vision!

Your Vision

Your Vision

I am excited to share some more insight about the theme that is so close to my heart and your mind. Yes you have guessed it we will be looking at some impacts that the wild horse rule has on leadership within a variety of settings.

The question to you is: DO YOU KNOW HOW TO GET YOUR TEAM ON-BOARD TOWARDS YOUR DESTINATION CALLED SUCCESS?

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What it means to be a Leader

What It Means to Be a Leader

What It Means to Be a Leader

On of the primary reasons leadership and for leaders to exist, is to get things done. There are political leaders and business leaders, but leadership is needed in many other areas of life. Families need leadership. Schools and universities need leadership. Non-profit and charitable organizations need leadership. In fact, whenever there is an opportunity for two or more people to collaborate in order to get something done, leadership is a key ingredient.

In light of this need for leadership, the first question many will ask is, “What makes someone a great leader?” and this should make you question why one person is better at leading and to work for than another and in turn, what it means to be a great leader?

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