Building a Collective Vision in Times of Organisational Change

Back in March, I wrote a blog post called Five Tips to Help Your Organisation or Group Get Along Better in the Long Run, in which I listed five “roots” that can help non-profit, community, and social justice organisations grow strong enough to weather change and face conflicts that arise. This post goes into more detail about Root Two: Creating and Renewing a Collective Vision. The process of exploring an organisational vision and affirming the shared values that inform it can be a powerful opportunity to address many sources of organisational conflict, such as lack of clarity or direction, changing work roles, fear and resentment about unwanted changes, and experiences of being marginalize

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