On-demand Webinars

August 17, 2022

Crafting a Powerful Vision: Finding Your Voice


Higher EducationK12


Professional DevelopmentSpecial OverrideStaff Training

Webinar Details

Because you cannot succeed alone, sharing your vision can help you engage others in achieving the outcomes you hope for. Crafting and expressing a heartfelt vision is an often-underused practice for leaders at all organizational levels-with and without titles.  In this working session, participants will draft an authentic statement of their deep hope for the future, using a simple but elegant mode. The goal of sharing the vision is to inspire others to join in realizing that future and to reach for their own aspirations.  The overarching goal of the session is to rekindle courage and determination to employ this powerful leadership tool for educators.

Learning Objectives By the end of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Understand the power of sharing of vision as a leadership tool.
  • Be able to identify the key elements of a powerful vision statement.
  • Be able to apply a 3-part model for engaging others in supporting your vision.
  • Create a first draft of a vision statement for a specific project / team / organization.
  • Identify opportunities to share your vision.




Linda Dolmatch, MSW

Learning and Development Consultant

Linda has spent more than 25 years designing and facilitating meetings and learning programs focused on individual, team, and organizational growth. She works with colleagues and organizational design teams to ensure that learning processes will be meaningful, meet desired objectives, and are linked to an organization’s strategic intent. She also works privately with a number of smaller organizations, including the Leadership Team of Rare Conservation, a global non-profit that employs social marketing in the service of changing behaviors in communities to protect rare and endangered species. Linda holds a master’s degree from the Boston University School of Social Work and bachelor’s degree from the Boston University School of Management. She also has a certificate in organizational development and human resource consultation, as well as a certificate in managing mentoring programs.