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All of us at some point of our career have read a vision statement. You might have felt that vision statements are much ado about nothing, or you might have found a particular vision very inspiring, or felt it was just a tick on the checkbox. May be you had the opportunity to write one for your own organisation. However, in my experience so far, I’ve observed that not many people are able to answer an important question about their vision, and that question is ‘Why?’.
‘I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people.’
These were the words of Mahatma Gandhi – a visionary, strategist, stellar leader, and nation builder.
Companies too need leaders who can get along with their people. And not just get along with them, but take them along in their journey.