Create & Communicate Vision

Leadership Competency Model Quadrant

Research shows that your employees will judge the effectiveness of your leadership based on whether you have a vision and on how well you are able to communicate it.  With a clear strategy toward desired goals that are communicated strategically, effectively, frequently and consistently, employees can prioritize, make decisions and act in ways that lead to realizing a cohesive vision.

 

 

 


 


Communication
the ability to listen actively; to impart thoughts, views, information, and ideas persuasively and adaptively

 

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Problem Solving
the expertise to ask the right questions, to identify issues, obstacles, and opportunities and leverage that information to develop and implement effective solutions

 

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Political Savvy
the ability to understand and apply the dynamics of influence, the workings of an organization, and decision-making to achieve objectives

 

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Strategic Thinking
the ability to clarify and articulate direction, priorities, and a shared vision

 

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