In a Nutshell
The ability to provide strategic direction and vision in certain and uncertain times is what separates today’s managers from tomorrow’s leaders.
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One of the fundamental differences between leadership and management is vision. Understanding the direction an organization needs to go requires insight, judgment, and execution. In times of uncertainty and change, leaders that can think and act strategically is a strategic advantage.
The ability to think and act strategically is a key skill leaders need to add continued value in a rapidly changing business environment. Strategic direction for a company includes creating plans that should be implemented to meet your goals.
A leader is someone who can not only come up with a strategic vision in the workplace, mobilize that vision into a shared vision to get the team on board, and can execute that vision to achieve the desired outcomes.
Strategic leaders can develop a company or team vision that anticipates industry changes and organizational responses, views the organization and strategic environment holistically, creates a shared vision in the workplace, and develop a plan for getting there.
Leadership is not simply about driving an organization to achieve short-term goals. In order to be an effective leader, one must be able to take a step back and consider the future of both the organization and the strategic environment it operates within.
By taking a holistic view of both the organization and its environment, a leader can best position their team for success.