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Great leaders always are both highly visionary and highly practical

Great leaders always are both highly visionary and highly practical Great leaders always are both highly visionary and highly practical
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership
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[Great leaders] Their vision enables them to see beyond the immediate. They can envision what's coming and what must be done. Leaders possess an understanding of how: 

Mission provides purpose -- answering the question, Why?

Vision provides a picture -- answering the question, What?

Strategy provides a plan -- answering the question, How?

At the same time, leaders are practical enough to know that vision without action achieves nothing. They make themselves responsible for helping their followers to take action.

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