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Organizational Alignment: What’s Your 3 Year Vision?

Organizational Alignment

We are all headed somewhere. Where are you and your company headed? Start by asking yourself: Given our current path, what will our company be doing and what will it look like in 3-5 years? Next ask: Where do I want my company to be in 3-5 years? Is the second answer the same as the first? If not, what needs to change? What are you going to do to transition your company to the next level of success?

As a leader, you have the power to create and shape the vision for your company. You have the power to align people and processes with the company’s goals. First, you and your team must establish the vision and direction for your company.

Visualize where you want your company to be in 3-5 years:

  • What does your company look like?
  • What is your company doing?
  • What are you known for?
  • What are people saying about your company, externally and internally?
  • Why do clients and customers keep coming back?

Perhaps, you already have a clear vision of where you want your company to be in 3 years. If so, great, but don’t stop there. What do you and your company need to achieve in 2014 to ensure you are on the right path and getting closer to your vision?

  • What are the immediate areas of focus?
  • What goals can be developed in these areas?
  • What potential obstacles may arise, and how might you address them?
  • What role will you play?

Again, it’s crucial to ask yourself: Is our company’s current path going to land us where we want to be? If so, great, that’s’ fantastic!

If not, establish some clarity around this bigger vision. What’s it going to take to get there? What needs to change? What actions are you going to take? What you do now will determine where you will be in the future.

Do you have a big vision for your company? We want to hear about it! We’re offering 2 FREE coaching sessions. Fill out the form below and let’s talk about transitioning your company to the next level of success.

 

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