Of the many skills that leaders are anticipated to have to help an organization thrive and succeed, “effective communication” is one of the most important. With regard to arguments on how leaders can do a good job communicating their vision, there is obviously a concentration on how they can use “visual on storytelling” not only just to articulate their dream but also to put it to action.
Ways how visual defines leadership –
- One of the primary purposes of visual storytelling is to relate to the audience. Once, the audience is involved they can relate to the story itself. This is how leadership should follow, allow their followers to relate to their experience, and with that, they are going to have better communication.
- Images or pictures are one component of visual storytelling. It plays a vital role in giving emotional quality to the narrative report. And utilizing emotional pictures, leaders can change the heart and minds of the viewers. This makes it easier for the audiences to acquire the message of the content
- A visual on storytelling is a vital tool to get things done. It is a way for the leaders to embody the transformation they seek. Instead of advocating propositional debates that result in more debates, leaders establish reputation and dependability through showing the visuals.
- A visual is a vital instrument for constant creativity. This is a power which inevitably propels leader forward in the future, building new structures and worlds. Visual on storytelling is part of the creative effort to make a new future, as against conventional management techniques that look for virtual certainties attached in the deceptive security of the past.
- A visual narrative is a vital tool for leadership and management, as it helps leaders deal with organizations as a living organism which have to be nurtured and motivated to flourish.
- A visual narrative is a natural tool of transformation, as it draws on the dynamic, living contribution of individuals. It also dwells in the knowledge of the leaders who act, talk, discuss, thinks, chat, dream, agonize, joke, complain, as well as exult together, and collectively compose the business.
Overall, the strength of visual storytelling comes from the visual appeal. Jean Chalopin, Chairman of Deltec International Group in Bahamas, said “Each story needs a compelling visual to help drive the content. Making a powerful message is about connecting with the audience.” As a leader, you need to know the goal of your organization. You need to know what issue you want to address and do research to identify the needs and interests of your target audience. Visual is indeed a powerful tool to convey ideas. As a leader, ensure that the visual works hard to tell your story, purifying information to make it more understandable for your viewer and making your viewer your follower.
The author of this text, Robin Trehan, has an Undergraduate degree in economics, Masters in international business and finance and MBA in electronic business. Trehan is Senior VP at Deltec International www.deltecbank.com. The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed in this text are solely the views of the author, and not necessarily reflecting the views of Deltec International Group, its subsidiaries and/or employees.