Weekly Q Source Topic - VISION (Q3.4)
Recognizing Advantage And The Movement Required To Achieve It
Through Vision, the Effective Leader charts his Group’s pathway forward
Vision is the first of the four Leadership Skills, the capabilities of Effective Leadership. Together, the Leadership Skills of Vision, Articulation, Persuasion and Exhortation define what a Leader does to Influence Movement to Advantage. But they say nothing about his character, who he is. It is the Leadership Virtues that define who he is. To achieve Advantage, a Group must have Effective Leaders who are capable of applying the Leadership Skills. Without that, it does not matter how Virtuous the Leaders are, the Group will lose Momentum and slip backwards toward Disadvantage.
Vision is the ability to recognize Advantage and the Movement required achieve it. Advantage is a superior circumstance on the path toward the Group’s Articulated Purpose, which is its primary Advantage sought–it’s reason to be. Movement toward the Articulated Purpose is accomplished through a series of Waypoints, which are the stepping stones along the path toward Advantage. Read More.
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