In creating a personal vision and values statement to strengthen our own leadership legacy, I also think of virtues Virtues help us navigate the "rules of the road." As leaders, we aspire to be a person of trust that can positively influence the next generation of leaders. But, is virtues an outdated concept in the modern "roads" in our current culture?
A Google search to learn more about writing a vision statement left me confused. The process was supposed to provide clarity for moving forward. Instead, I felt cross-eyes. There are just so many different ideas. And really – what is the difference between a vision, mission and purpose statement?!? Some experts define each of these in the same way. Others will say exactly the opposite!What kind of work have you done to create your personal vision statement? Does it energize you? Is it providing the clarity you need to keep moving forward?
Are you losing the war on talent? You’ve recruited and hired top talent, but now you’re not able to retain them. 60% of Millennials are actively floating their resumes right now. It is easy to chalk these stats up to millennial flightiness, but from my experience, the problem runs much deeper.Want to know more?
In my recently released eBook, Millennial Sales Motivation, I share details of a 3-Step Coaching Strategy to build a motivational culture where your Millennial sales leaders are motivated 24/7.To launch them on their journey follow these 3 steps: