Communicating your vision / Talula Cartwright and David Baldwin ; Talula Cartwright [and six others].
- Greensboro, North Carolina : Center for Creative Leadership, 2006.
- Ideas into action guidebooks.
Ideas Into Action Guidebooks
1 online resource (32 p.)
Communication in management.
- Electronic books.
- A vision has to be shared in order to do what it is meant to do: inspire, clarify, and focus the work of your organization. One part of your job as a leader is to create commitment to your organization's vision. In order to do this, you have to communicate the vision effectively. In this guidebook we suggest many ways to communicate a vision. We also discuss how to deal with a resistant audience and what to do in the event that you yourself are resistant. You'll learn how to communicate a vision to others in ways that will help them understand it, remember it, and then go on to share it themse
- Title page; Table of Contents; Why You Need a Vision; What a Vision Is; The Leader's Role; Examples of Communicating a Vision; Meeting Resistance; Last Words; Suggested Readings; Background; Key Point Summary; Lead Contributors
- "For the Practicing Manager"--Cover.
"CCL No. 432"--Title page verso.
Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on print version record.
- Baldwin, David, author, contributor.
Center for Creative Leadership.
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