Tag: Vision

Shifting from Manager to Leader

The best leaders know when to manage and when to lead, shifting seamlessly depending on the present demands. They read the situation and behave in a way that is most impactful for both the team and the organization. This adaptability stems from the recognition that there are suitable contexts for both management and leadership, making […]


The Importance of Having and Sharing a Vision

Most managers understand that micromanaging their teams is counterproductive. Micromanaging, or dictating the intricate details of how an employee completes his or her work, not only is inefficient but also has significant and negative impacts on morale.

Making your vision a reality

by Dan Oswald Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world. —Joel A. Barker Do you have a vision? Does your team, department, or company understand what you’re trying to achieve? Businessdictionary.com defines a vision statement like this: “An aspirational description of […]