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Whither Wilt Thou Lead Me?

A few days ago I ran across a line from Hamlet“Whither wilt thou lead me?”
Shakespeare’s words between Hamlet and his father’s ghost are a great reminder to leaders. Namely, that there are those who, while willing to follow, are wondering where you will lead them.
The question is, do you know the answer? Have you taken the time to identify the target, name the mission, clarify the vision? However you want to say it, unless you can paint a picture of a preferred future, you will have a hard time taking anyone there.
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Make sure you are locked in on the destination and then show others the way.
Your people are asking, “Whither wilt thou lead me?”
Leadership Begins at Home,
Randy
Why do you think so many leaders make assumptions when it comes to vision?
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