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(e.g. Bennis & Nanus, 1985; Nanus, 1992)
WHAT IS LEADERSHIP?
The ability to influence a group toward the
achievement of goals.
VISION
THE ABILITY TO SEE THE FUTURE
© 2006 by Nelson, a division of
Thomson Canada Limited.
13-4
Managerial Leaders Strategic Leaders, Visionary Leaders
Want ...
“Managers focus on
control…
Leaders on goals…
Visionary leaders on
change…”
Visionary Leadership
A leader who brings to the situation a
clear and compelling sense of the future
as well as an underst...
leadership is
never static,
it is
transformati
ve.
Visionary Leadership
What does a visionary leader have
that a good leader doesn’t?
→Foresees the future
→Strategically pla...
THINKING
NEED FOR VISIONARY
• For excellence
• Competitive advan
• Shaping the futur
QUALITIES OF
VISIONARY
LEADERSHIP
1.A Commitment to Core Spiritual
Values
• Truthfulness
• Responsibility
• Peace
• Love
• Non-violence
2. A Clear, Inspirational Vision &
Communication
Nelson Mandela clearly
held a positive vision of a
racially harmonious So...
3.Respectful, Empowering
Relationships
• They embody a
deeply caring
approach to
people, seeing
them as their
greatest ass...
Emotional Intelligence
“ refers to the capacity for recognizing your
own feelings and those of others, for
motivating ours...
4. Innovative, Courageous Action
• MOONSHOTS FOR
THE 21st CENTURY
6.The Power of Imagination
• Anticipate
change and are
proactive,
rather than
reactive to
events
7. Make Social Responsibility your
Modus Operandi
BILL GATES
Guided by a belief that the
personal computer would
be a valu...
THEY EXECUTE WITH CONFIDENCE
• They move confidently toward
their goals by initiating the
action and getting others to buy...
THEY'RE SELF-CREATED
• Visionary leaders inspire
those around them
because they've thought
long and hard about
where they ...
THEY AREN'T WORRIED ABOUT
BEING LIKED
• Visionary
leaders are more
interested in
being respected
for their skills,
integri...
THEY RECOGNIZE
NATURAL TALENT
• “ I will always
choose a lazy
person to do a
difficult job
because definitely
he will find...
THEY BELIEVE IN ACTIONS.
• A British theoretical
physicist who was
affected by motor
neuron disease at the
age of 21.
• No...
THEY CREATE LEARNING
OPPORTUNITIES.
• LOUIS BRAILLE ,
the blind inventor of
Braille, a world-wide
system used by
blind and...
THEY'RE DELEGATORS.
• A K Antony- as a
chief minister of
Kerala, has never
interfered with the
delegated powers of
the min...
THEY HAVE HIGH EXPECTATIONS.
Dr. A P J ABDUL KALAM
DEVELOP INDIA
AS A KNOWLEDGE
SUPERPOWER
BY 2020
BARRIERS TO
VISIONARY THINKING
• Avoidance of risk-taking
• Lack of involvement in
strategic planning
• Lack of knowledge ...
HIS EYES WERE
ON ARAB OIL
THEIR EYES WERE NOT ON THE HORIZON
HIS EYES
WERE ON
KUWAIT
AND THE RESULT WAS.....
No one knows, with any certainty, how many people have been killed and wounded by
bombs, bullets, and bombing-induced fire...
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Five Principles Of
Visionary Leadership
• Challenge the Process - Be a pioneer -
encourage innovation and support peopl...
31
Five Principles Of
Visionary Leadership
• Set the Example - Provide a consistent
role model of how others can and shoul...
Your job as a Visionary Leader
is to set the direction and to
spread your vision throughout
the organization by empowering...
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  1. 1. 1 (e.g. Bennis & Nanus, 1985; Nanus, 1992)
  2. 2. WHAT IS LEADERSHIP? The ability to influence a group toward the achievement of goals.
  3. 3. VISION THE ABILITY TO SEE THE FUTURE
  4. 4. © 2006 by Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. 13-4 Managerial Leaders Strategic Leaders, Visionary Leaders Want stability & to preserve the existing order Guide without a strategic vision. Constrained by values & by using explicit knowledge Guide knowledge creation by encouraging contradictory capabilities (e.g. individual, group, and organizational tacit & explicit knowledge) Are comfortable handling Short- term day-to-day activities Define boundaries by use of metaphors, analogies & models to allow for a mix of contradictory concepts Want stability & to preserve the existing order Guide without a strategic vision. Constrained by values & by using explicit knowledge Are comfortable handling Short- term day-to-day activities Want stability & to preserve the existing order Guide without a strategic vision. Constrained by values & by using explicit knowledge Are comfortable handling Short- term day-to-day activities Manage the paradox created by use of managerial & visionary leadership models Control by social- ization & sharing common norms, values & beliefs Are not dependent on the organisation for their sense of who they are Are future-oriented concerned with risk- taking Control by social- ization & sharing common norms, values & beliefs Are future-oriented concerned with risk- taking Are not dependent on the organisation for their sense of who they are Control by social- ization & sharing common norms, values & beliefs Are future-oriented concerned with risk- taking Are not dependent on the organisation for their sense of who they are
  5. 5. “Managers focus on control… Leaders on goals… Visionary leaders on change…”
  6. 6. Visionary Leadership A leader who brings to the situation a clear and compelling sense of the future as well as an understanding of the actions needed to get there successfully.
  7. 7. leadership is never static, it is transformati ve.
  8. 8. Visionary Leadership What does a visionary leader have that a good leader doesn’t? →Foresees the future →Strategically places people →Builds future for generations
  9. 9. THINKING NEED FOR VISIONARY • For excellence • Competitive advan • Shaping the futur
  10. 10. QUALITIES OF VISIONARY LEADERSHIP
  11. 11. 1.A Commitment to Core Spiritual Values • Truthfulness • Responsibility • Peace • Love • Non-violence
  12. 12. 2. A Clear, Inspirational Vision & Communication Nelson Mandela clearly held a positive vision of a racially harmonious South Africa during his 28 years in jail and helped bring it into reality peacefully-- to the amazement of the world.
  13. 13. 3.Respectful, Empowering Relationships • They embody a deeply caring approach to people, seeing them as their greatest asset. Mother Theresa
  14. 14. Emotional Intelligence “ refers to the capacity for recognizing your own feelings and those of others, for motivating ourselves, and for managing emotions well in ourselves and in our relationships.” ~ Daniel Goleman
  15. 15. 4. Innovative, Courageous Action • MOONSHOTS FOR THE 21st CENTURY
  16. 16. 6.The Power of Imagination • Anticipate change and are proactive, rather than reactive to events
  17. 17. 7. Make Social Responsibility your Modus Operandi BILL GATES Guided by a belief that the personal computer would be a valuable tool on every office desktop and in every home, they began developing software for personal computers BILL GATES
  18. 18. THEY EXECUTE WITH CONFIDENCE • They move confidently toward their goals by initiating the action and getting others to buy in on their beliefs BARACK OBAMA Barack Obama’s Iraq speech: “battles that we need to fight. Those are the battles that we willingly join. The battles against ignorance and intolerance, corruption and greed, poverty and despair.”
  19. 19. THEY'RE SELF-CREATED • Visionary leaders inspire those around them because they've thought long and hard about where they want to go and how to get there. The Italian-born President of the Indian National Congress and the widow of former Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi. SONIA GANDHI
  20. 20. THEY AREN'T WORRIED ABOUT BEING LIKED • Visionary leaders are more interested in being respected for their skills, integrity, and work ethic than they are about being liked. ANIL AMBANI An adamant leader who wants only business to be done..but still being Respected for his achievements and Contributions.
  21. 21. THEY RECOGNIZE NATURAL TALENT • “ I will always choose a lazy person to do a difficult job because definitely he will find an easy way to do it” -Bill Gates BILL GATES
  22. 22. THEY BELIEVE IN ACTIONS. • A British theoretical physicist who was affected by motor neuron disease at the age of 21. • Now 65, fully paralyze • He became the first quadriplegic to float in zero-gravity STEPHEN HAWKINGS
  23. 23. THEY CREATE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES. • LOUIS BRAILLE , the blind inventor of Braille, a world-wide system used by blind and visually impaired people for reading and writing.
  24. 24. THEY'RE DELEGATORS. • A K Antony- as a chief minister of Kerala, has never interfered with the delegated powers of the ministers of different portfolio.A K ANTONY Defence Minister of India
  25. 25. THEY HAVE HIGH EXPECTATIONS. Dr. A P J ABDUL KALAM DEVELOP INDIA AS A KNOWLEDGE SUPERPOWER BY 2020
  26. 26. BARRIERS TO VISIONARY THINKING • Avoidance of risk-taking • Lack of involvement in strategic planning • Lack of knowledge in an increasingly complex world
  27. 27. HIS EYES WERE ON ARAB OIL THEIR EYES WERE NOT ON THE HORIZON HIS EYES WERE ON KUWAIT
  28. 28. AND THE RESULT WAS.....
  29. 29. No one knows, with any certainty, how many people have been killed and wounded by bombs, bullets, and bombing-induced fire in Iraq since the US invasion in 2003. But several facts are known: — There are more than 133,000 individually recorded civilian deaths since the 2003 invasion of Iraq due to direct war related violence and tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians have been wounded. The 133,000 number for civilians killed by direct war-related violence includes deaths recorded by official government sources and news media caused by all parties to the war — the US, its allies, the Iraqi military and police, and militants/insurgents. [1] Approximately 1.5 million people remain either internally displaced or have fled the country; in other words, 1 in 20 Iraqis are still displaced from their homes. [7] Unemployment also remains high
  30. 30. 30 Five Principles Of Visionary Leadership • Challenge the Process - Be a pioneer - encourage innovation and support people with ideas. • Be Enthusiastic - Inspire others through personal enthusiasm to share in a common vision. • Help Others to Act - Be a team player and support the efforts and talents of others.
  31. 31. 31 Five Principles Of Visionary Leadership • Set the Example - Provide a consistent role model of how others can and should act. • Celebrate Achievements - Bring emotion into the workplace and rally "hearts" as well as "minds."
  32. 32. Your job as a Visionary Leader is to set the direction and to spread your vision throughout the organization by empowering your associates to listen, act, look for feedback, and to always have the organization’s best interests at heart.

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