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Developing a Team or Organization Vision
  By: Jim Clemmer
Visionary leaders are seldom born that way (how many of those birth announcements have you seen lately?). Nor are they necessarily charismatic. They have had to work at making visioning habitual.

Fierce Resolve
   Bringing Corporate Philosophy Alive
  By: Jody Urquhart
Many companies invest a lot of time and resources to develop corporate philosophies (corporate mission, vision and value statements) but employees don't buy into them because they just don't fit the actual job. In fact, some employees find these corporate philosophies loose and irritating. Why?

Insights On Successfully Leading Corporate Initiatives
  By: Gayla Hodges

Corporations often present line managers the challenge of achieving assigned goals on corporate initiatives. In many cases the primary difficulty is that it is hard to see how the initiative relates to the day-to-day-activities of the plant or division or its specific strategic goals in production or sales, etc. Learn how to incorporate the corporate initiatives into daily work and use them to enhance achievement of goals in the strategic plan.


Organizational Visioning Pathways and Pitfalls
  By: Jim Clemmer
Vision is the critical focal point and beginning to high performance. Discover the Organizational Visioning approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Set your Course With a Company Vision Statement
  By: Victoria K. Munro
Youd never dream of setting out on a trip without a specific destination in mind, yet many of us start businesses without a clear idea of where were headed, or what we want our company to look like in the future. If you want your business to succeed, its important to define exactly what success will look like for you and for your company.

The Case for Mission Driven Business
  By: Steven Van Yoder

In 1970, economist Milton Friedman wrote a now-famous article for the New York Times Magazine entitled "The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Profits." Friedman argued that businesses' sole purpose is generating profit for shareholders; companies that pursue the "social good" act irresponsibly and jeopardize profits. Friedman's spin on capitalism was widely embraced in boardrooms across America.


Visions Provide the Energizing Context to Reach Our Goals
  By: Jim Clemmer
Goals need to be energized and focused by the larger context of exciting visions. These paint us into the big picture and draw us forward to the future of our dreams.

Who Are You and What Do You Want?
  By: Jim Clemmer
People rally around passionate leaders with a compelling vision and purpose. We're drawn, like insects to the back porch light, by those who are so passionate about their work that they have turned it into a cause.


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