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Harvard ManageMentor ® Communicating a Shared Vision
2 Harvard ManageMentor: Communicating a Shared Vision Discussion Topics What is the vision? What should we communicate to others? How should we communicate the vision? © Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing. All rights reserved. Harvard Business Publishing is an affiliate of Harvard Business School.
3 Harvard ManageMentor: Communicating a Shared Vision What Is the Vision? 1.Describing the vision: How will this change improve the business? How will this change benefit employees? 2.Improving the vision: Is our vision: Compelling? Realistic? Manageable? Flexible in case circumstances change? Easy to communicate? How can we improve the vision? © Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing. All rights reserved. Harvard Business Publishing is an affiliate of Harvard Business School.
4 Harvard ManageMentor: Communicating a Shared Vision What Should We Communicate to Others? What would energize and inspire your team to achieve the goals of the change effort? What will they want and need to know? © Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing. All rights reserved. Harvard Business Publishing is an affiliate of Harvard Business School.
5 Harvard ManageMentor: Communicating a Shared Vision How Should We Communicate the Vision? How should we get our messages across to our teams and direct reports? How can we ensure two-way communication? © Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing. All rights reserved. Harvard Business Publishing is an affiliate of Harvard Business School.
6 Harvard ManageMentor: Communicating a Shared Vision Next Steps Develop thoughtful communications for the change. Consider using Part I and Part II of the Worksheet for Communicating Change to identify the specific individuals you need to communicate with, and plan how you will communicate with them. © Copyright 2010 Harvard Business School Publishing. All rights reserved. Harvard Business Publishing is an affiliate of Harvard Business School.
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