Create Vision

 

Does everyone on your team know and understand your vision? Can they articulate it well?

Draft a team vision by answering these questions:

  • What are the contributions only our team can make to the organization's mission and vision?
  • If our team could make one extraordinary contribution over the next one to five years, what would it be?
  • If our team dissolved, what impact would that have on the organization?

Related Content:

Creating Vision Throughout the Company | Jennifer Colosimo clip

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Creating Vision and Getting Results | Scott Miller clip

 


In a perfect world, your team would magically show up to work fully committed to their goals—one of the keys to accomplishing anything as a team. But, since that's not an option in the real world, download our guide to get your team on board and moving in the right direction.

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