Transforming Visions into Reality 

By  Debbie Nicol

Come on! The world is changing so fast, how is the age-old concept of vision continue to earn itself air time?

Visions point us towards somewhere important. Visions serve a purpose – no more, no less.

Three purposes for visions include:

  1. To continue to reinforce an organization’s direction, intending to excite followers through providing hope. This provides direction for the journey ahead.
  2. To act as a filter for decision-making. How will this decision help (or hinder) progress towards the vision?
  3. To show levels of progress along the journey. It is always motivating to see how far a project or person has come.
  • How have you captured ‘emotional buy-in’ into your vision’s story?
  • Is the ‘talk’ of your vision embedded into your ‘walk’ of the organization?
  • What is required prior to this to ensure its alignment in the organization?

Debbie Nicol

Debbie is tenacious, resilient, can break complexity and ambiguity into concrete simplicity, eats the stage, loves to challenge, Author.
Debbie is a Change Practitioner, Facilitator, Conceptualizer, Design Capability, Asks the right questions, Builds Customized Solutions, Life's Mirror

Debbie Nicol

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