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  1. Visionary Leadership • Conceptualization • Foresight • Vision • Goal Setting

  2. Conceptualization • Seeing the Big Picture and Dreaming Great Dreams • Examining Others’ Perspectives • Reflecting on the Organization Beyond Day-to-Day Issues Beware of Tunnel Vision

  3. Foresight • Learning lessons from the past • Facing the realities of the present • Predicting consequences of decisions for the future

  4. The Law of Intuition • Leaders are readers of……. • Their situation • Trends • Resources • People • Themselves

  5. Intuition allows leaders to…. • See differently…and provide correction • See globally…and provide direction • See clearly…and provide structure • See relationally…and provide support • See expectantly…and provide confidence Maxwell: The 21 Most Powerful Minutes in a Leader’s Day

  6. Vision • When plotting the course, give attention to three areas: • Where they need to go • What they need to know • How they need to grow

  7. Alice came to a fork in the road and couldn’t decide which way to go. She asked the Cheshire Cat for advice. He asked her where she was going, and she said she didn’t know. The Cheshire Cat responded, “Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.” • Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (Lewis Carroll)

  8. The Law of Navigation Navigators… • see the trip ahead • draw upon past experience • listen to what others have to say • examine the conditions before making commitments • make sure their conclusions represent both faith and fact

  9. A leader sees… • farther than others see • more than others see • before others see

  10. First, I must create and articulate a personal vision. • Then, I can collaboratively create and articulate a shared vision. “If you want to know the temperature of an organization, put a thermometer in the leader’s mouth.” Rick Warren

  11. Personal Vision • What is my passion? • What is my great dream for children? • Is my dream going to make a difference in the world in which I live?

  12. Providing Vision and Direction for Goal Setting and Planning • Articulate High Expectations • Students • Adults • Collaboratively Examine Data and Set Goals • Multiple sources of data • Getting to the “root cause” of a situation • Create and Implement a Plan of Action • Evaluate Progress