Many people believe that leaders carry the inherent characteristic of being “visionary”. This is true, but the concept of vision is “out there”, esoteric, and can be hard to grasp.
So, how can you “teach” vision? Aren’t visionary leaders somehow “special” in that regard?
(If you’ve been part of a Group Dynamic leadership workshop, forgive this content. This is an exercise that you’ve already done, so it may be redundant for you, but feel free to pass this on to someone who you think needs it!)
OK, let’s make this concept of vision easier, more concrete, more actionable, and more “learn-able”.
First, a working definition of “vision” as it applies to leaders: