Have you ever watched a trained, professional marksman? Their aim is perfect – they hit the target most every time – right on the bull’s eye. What does this mean as it relates to leadership? A good leader knows the right weapon of choice when presenting vision. People find it difficult to follow a leader who uses a shotgun. A shotgun scatters a handle full of pellets at a target and most land outside the range of the bull’s eye. But a marksman has a sharpened eye and is set on shooting the one bullet at the target. For the leader, this represents clarity and exact focus on the vision in a way people can relate.
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Posted on Mon, June 14, 2010
by Bill Faught