In my last installment, I introduced the idea that successful organizations are led by someone with a compelling vision. A compelling vision comprises knowing who you are (your significant purpose), where you’re going (your picture of the future), and what will guide your journey (your values). Let’s take this concept, one segment at a time, and apply it to Washington.
Archives for June 2012
(The second installment in my twelve-part blog series A Leadership Vision for America) The first of my four secrets toward effective solutions in Washington is really not a secret at all—I have been promoting it as a requirement for organizational success for over thirty years: The First Secret: Have A Compelling Vision Assumption:If people don’t […]
In all my years of participating in and observing presidential elections, I have never heard so many people—both Democrats and Republicans—expressing disappointment with what’s going on in Washington. The complaints are not so much about the leadership capability of the current president as they are about the political system in general. Probably at no time […]