How do you get the team to buy-in?
Getting a team to buy-in is important and critical to the success of any leader. What is the best way or ways that you have found to communicate your vision with clarity to your team?
My opinion on this is to speak with influential team members and ask for feedback on your vision. Once they have been able to give their 2 cents into your vision see if there are parts where your vision and their vision already overlap. Perhaps they have some ideas that could be a valuable addition to your vision. If they feel that they have contributed to the creation of it, the buy in will come a little more naturally. They will feel more personally invested in it because they were a part of its creation.
Sometimes team members just won't buy in to plans and that reluctance may need to be addressed. Perhaps there are underlying issues that may be preventing them from contributing the way you wish they were.
You have to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Your team is much more likely to get on-board if they see you doing the things you're asking them to do. Rather than a one-time speech/announcement, demonstrate your vision, and the actions that go with it, on a regular basis.
I also find the explaining the "why" helps quite a bit. If people understand there's a method to the madness and a logical reason for what you're asking them to buy into, it makes it much easier to digest.