It is well established that leaders who articulate a vision—a viable, idealized image of the organization’s future – may experience a wide-range of benefits. Studies have found that effective vision articulation relates to (1) organizational performance, (2) follower motivation, (3) more effective group interaction, and (4) satisfaction with both the group and leader. So how do people go about constructing and articulating vision statements? The following post discusses an often-neglected aspect of the vision-formation process: forecasting. Click to learn more about forecasting, why it’s important, and other digestible nuggets from the Leadership Bento Box. image





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In this post I record some reflections a month and a half after our official LeaderNation blog launch. Click through to find out what I have appreciated about this space and who has made our launch a bit easier. (Spoiler alert: you are mentioned!) Read more >
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From appendicitis to participation, from heterogeneity to job search advice, find out what's piqued my interest by clicking through. Read more >
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