Carlos Ghosn, a Visionary Leader.

(Theory, Facts, Analysis and Conclusion)
Visionary Leader, in theory : Visionary Leadership increases efficiency by moving decision-making responsibility to the frontline. Efficiency is achieved with limited supervision. To make frontline responsibility effective, leadership must give workers opportunity to develop quality decision-making skills and learn to trust them.
Visionary leaders are the builders of a new dawn, working with imagination, insight, and boldness. They present a challenge that calls forth the best in people and brings them together around a shared sense of purpose. They work with the power of intentionality and alignment with a higher purpose. Their eyes are on the horizon, not just on the near at hand. They are social innovators and change agents, seeing the big picture and thinking strategically.
    There is a profound interconnectedness between the leader and the whole, and true visionary leaders serve the good of the whole. They recognize that there is some truth on both sides of most polarized issues in our society today. They search for solutions that transcend the usual adversarial approaches and address the causal level of problems. They find a higher synthesis of the best of both sides of an issue and address the systemic root causes of problems to create real breakthroughs.
A visionary may dream wonderful visions of the future and articulate them with great inspiration. A visionary is good with words.   But a visionary leader is good with actions as well as words, and so can bring vision into being in the world, thus transforming it in some way. More than words are needed for a vision to take form in today‚Äôs world.   It requires leadership and heartfelt commitment. A visionary leader is effective in manifesting their vision because they creates specific, achievable goals, initiates action and enlists the participation of others. Visionary leadership is based on a balanced expression of the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical...