Course ID: LIF

Leading into the Future – Bridging the Gap Between Vision, Alignment, and Execution

The most successful leaders within an organization are those who are skilled at inspiring others to turn a vision of the future into reality — through relentless execution. When clear vision and skilled execution are combined, great things can happen. During this empowering course, you will learn how to confidently do this in a way that measurably boosts your team’s performance, morale and retention.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Apply the 9 key drivers that are critical for leading into the future.
  • Leverage 18 leadership best practices organized around vision, alignment, and execution.
  • Customize the 5 key questions to ask when developing a strategic vision.
  • Use the 4 critical factors needed to create alignment between vision and execution.
  • Identify specific ways to leverage the powerful strategy of two-week execution blocks.

Major Topics
  • Best practices to create maximum buy-in and commitment throughout the process.
  • The importance of developing a strong accountability culture that is characterized by employee initiative.
  • The best ways to become a more emotionally intelligent leader.
  • The most effective way to deal with team member resistance and doubt during the leadership process.
  • 3 practical ways to influence team opinion. o Proven ways to handle employee resistance, excuses, and pushback with confidence and ease.
  • How to spark passion and loyalty from even your most challenging team members.

Who Should Attend

Leaders, managers and supervisors within an organization.

Fields of Study
Business Management & Organization


Experience as a Leader, manager, or supervisor

Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


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