“Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion.” – Jack Welch
As the year-end approaches and we set ourselves up for a journey into the new year and decade, this is the ideal time to stop, reflect and visualise what success will look like for you and your business.
Why does having a vision help?
As Jack Welch said, a vision is something that you can communicate and drive with passion.
A shared vision that has passion and is genuine goes beyond the leader, and creates an energy that excites the entire team. Genuine enthusiasm and passion is the fuel that a team requires to do extraordinary things and in return, they help share the load, and thrive while doing so. You will not be alone in creating a positive future. Rather the business shifts from a ‘Me’ siloed culture to ‘We’ – the way of collaborative growth.
A shared vision that is well articulated and put into action will deliver passionate service outcomes, then create a new depth of customer loyalty that boosts profitability and ensures sustainability.
It is amazing how a vision, when lived passionately, acts as a guide to ensure well-considered decisions are made. At the same time, your vision allows you to be an early adopter, as you will easily identify new opportunities that fit perfectly into your future business outlook.
When you leverage these opportunities, some will call it luck. But you will know that your future vision-enabled decisive actions to be taken.
Success does not come from luck. It comes from visioning and being able to recognise when an opportunity is at hand, enabling decisive actions and outcomes.
What will be your Vision for 2020?
How will you passionately share this with your team and energise them to come on a journey with you?
If you would like to have a discussion on how you can bring a 2020 Vision into your business, please contact me for an obligation free coaching conversation. You can email me here
I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and all the best for a successful 2020 – with vision.