Thursday, December 22, 2011

A Visionary Or A Mirage Spotter?

Pete Turner—The Image Bank/Getty Images 
A vision statement speaks to the preferred future.  If all things were operating at their highest level, the vision describes what is happening.

A mirage is a false vision.  It is the idea of something "good enough to help us survive."

Visions gain value through inspiration.

Mirages get more valuable through desperation.

Visionary leaders motivate others to contribute to and share in the dividends of the preferred future.

Mirage spotters motivate others to save themselves by working towards a false sense of achievement.

What type of educational leaders do you want to be?

What type of leader do you want your students to become?

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