Personal Vision Rich Pictures – 1 minute overview

A Personal Vision rich picture illustrates your professional, life or career goals and the journey you need to take to achieve them. Ideal for career changers and those looking to take take the next steps in their personal and professional growth.

IMAGE ABOVE: OVERVIEW OF THE TYPES OF SUBJECTS WE’LL EXPLORE DURING THE CREATION OF YOUR PERSAONL VISION RICH PICTURE.

Building on organisational vision rich pictures (examples shown below), bespoke personal vision rich pictures can be used as a map to help guide you in making the right decisions and choices along your journey and also as a reminder of what you are aiming to achieve.

This can be particuarly helpful during times of change or challenge, when a clear focus on the future and a big picture view is most needed.

The Personal Vision process combines elements of coaching with visual thinking approaches to support you as you plan for your future.

Whether it’s a 1 year vision or a 20 year vision, your personal vision rich picture will be a reference point that travels with you on your journey.

WHAT THE PROCESS INCLUDES:

  • Initial session to agree the scope, focus and duration of the visioning process.
  • Virtual/face to face sessions to explore your professional or life vision.
  • Creation of your personalised vision rich picture.

RESULT: You can see your personal goals and ambitions and have a clear route to achieveing them.

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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