Jim and Barry's article " To Lead, Create a Shared Vision" appears in the January issue of Harvard Business Review. In the piece, they remind us, "L eaders must ask, “What’s new? What’s next? What’s better?”—but they can’t present answers that are only theirs. Constituents want visions of the future that reflect their own aspirations. They want to hear how their dreams will come true and their hopes will be fulfilled. We draw this conclusion from our most recent analysis of nearly one million responses to our leadership assessment, 'The Leadership Practices Inventory.' The data tell us that what leaders struggle with most is communicating an image of the future that draws others in—that speaks to what others see and feel."