How Personal Visions can increase the success of your Leadership Development programme

The success of your Leadership Development programme is often dependent on helping leaders see how investing time in their development will help them progress towards their professional and life goals.

Visualising the development journey they need to take to achieve their professional and life goals and ambitions can be extremely helpful for a number of reasons including:

A Personal Vision acts as a leadership development compass…

Visualising a leaders personal vision as an image provides them with a quick reference map as they progress along their leadership development journey. It helps them see the skills they need to develop, the relationships they need to build, the decisions they need to make and the behaviours they need to grow. It acts as the leadership development compass to keep them on course.

The process of creating a Personal Vision is as important as the vision image itself!

The very act of creating their personal vision can also be as educational to your leaders as the end vision image itself. Going through the process can reveal new ideas, things they hadn’t thought about, new pathways to their goals – or even completely new leadership opportunities they hadn’t considered before!

How to integrate Personal Visions into your leadership development programme…

John Ashton – Crackerjack Visual Thinking

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Published by John Ashton

I combine coaching, consultancy and visual thinking to help you grow your ideas and communicate your vision.

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