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Mission, Vision, Values


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Points to consider about your mission, vision and values

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Mission, Vision, Values

  1. 1. Mission, Vision, Values Paul B. Thornton
  2. 2. Is your mission…  Meaningful
  3. 3. Is your mission…  Simple & Clear • The mission of the Association is to educate and empower families affected by this and other neurological disorders, while advocating on behalf of those who cannot fight for their own rights. We will educate society that this condition is not a lifelong incurable genetic disorder but one that is bio-medically definable and treatable. We will raise public and professional awareness of environmental toxins as causative factors in neurological damage that often results in an or related diagnosis. We will encourage those in the community to never give up in their search to help their loved ones reach their full potential, funding efforts toward this end through appropriate research for finding a cure for the neurological damage from which so many affected.
  4. 4. Is your mission… Discussed
  5. 5. Is your vision…  Visible
  6. 6. Is Your Vision…  Inspiring
  7. 7. Is Your Vision…  Shared
  8. 8. Are your values…  Clearly defined
  9. 9. Are your values…  Modeled
  10. 10. Mission Vision Values
  11. 11. M-----V-----V Make sure…  Understand
  12. 12. M-----V-----V Make sure…  Understand  Buy-In
  13. 13. M-----V-----V Make sure…  Understand  Buy-In  Discussed
  14. 14. Bottom Line… Start by building a solid foundation.
  15. 15. Paul B.Thornton •Professor, Business Administration •SpringfieldTechnical Community College