Definition of visioning in English:

visioning

Syllabification: vi·sion·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈviZHəniNG
 
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noun

1The development of a plan, goal, or vision for the future: months of visioning and dedicated effort have culminated in the building of a cultural center
More example sentences
  • The book is put together like a conversation and moves through emotional responses to analysis, and hopeful visioning for the future.
  • Rather than concentrate on the method (e: g., directory-enabled networks) this question can be answered by using a little future visioning.
  • All top achievers regardless of their field of excellence would have to agree on the importance of: goal setting and visioning; excellent instruction and feedback; hard work and practice; and the ability to perform.
2The action or fact of seeing visions.

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