9 Lessons On Casting Vision

Written by Doug Giles on January 9, 2020

It’s a new year with big opportunities in front of us. That’s why vision matters. Here are 9 lessons on casting vision inspired by none other than Charles Haddon Spurgeon.

1) Leaders and Organizations must have a vision to survive and thrive in an ever-changing world.

2) Effective leaders are able to create and sustain a compelling vision for their followers.

3) Visionary leadership includes an effort to honor the best accomplishments of the past while adapting strategies and adjusting goals to provide for growth in the future.

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4) Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality

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