Inspiring Leaders

Zenger, Jack; Folkman, Joe; Edinger, Scott K.
June 2009
Leadership Excellence Essentials;Jun2009, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p20
The authors urge leaders to formulate a clear vision. Executives are expected to formulate a vision that is a result of a collaboration and consists insights from employees. According to the authors, a vision statement must be relevant to each team and individual. Companies are also advised to communicate and reaffirm their vision and direction to their people.


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