As a leader and manager, you need a vision that charts a clear course for your organization and that creates confidence and certainty for the staff. But a vision doesn’t simply show up.

You must take action to bring insight into the creation of a vision. Through this webinar, you will consider the “dots” you need to see and connect as you form your vision. And, we’ll look at the essential role that quiet time plays…. yes, quiet time.

To move from technical expert to leader, invest in the time to consider your vision so that you lead with purpose and intention.

Learning Objectives:

  •  When creating your vision learn the importance of identifying the key elements (dots) that impact organizational trajectory.
  •  Understand the trends, core competencies, and opportunities available to your organization.
  • Discover factors to consider when implementing your vision.


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Shelley Row

Hi, I’m Shelley.


The founder of Blue Fjord Leaders, an Inc. Magazine top 100 leadership speaker and one of eight engineers worldwide who is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), Shelley Row, PE, CSP, is a professional engineer and former government and association executive. Her book, Think Less Live More: Lessons from a Recovering Overthinker is available for purchase on Amazon.

Row is a recognized expert in transportation programs, management, and ITS. She is widely-known within the transportation community for her leadership, vision and organizational skills as well as for her interpersonal communication and public speaking skills. Ms Row had a distinguished 29-year career, including 21 years with the U.S. Department of Transportation where she served as the Director of the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office. She also served as FHWA’s Director for the Office of Transportation Operations. Additionally, Ms. Row was the Associate Executive Director for the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) and led the highway safety improvement program for the Texas Department of Transportation.