I've seen 'leaders' (reluctant to call them that, because they're not leading, they're pontificating) who think that they can bulldoze through their team and assume all is well.
In polite society, followers may sit quietly and nod approvingly, but their hearts are simply not in the vision. In fact, they may have a better collective vision to share.
Don't forget to check your rearview mirror.
If you lack the emotional intelligence to pick up on the fact that your team is not with you, you're in BIG trouble. No matter how bad the pressure gets, take 30-45 minutes to check in and listen. Teams will understand the pressure, but they will not put their backs and hearts into something they haven't bought into.
If you don't stop talking and listen, you'll be driving down the road at 120 miles an hour, thinking your team is right behind you. But you'll be wrong. They're heading down a different road ... the road to a different team.