Mission, Vision to Objectives & Implementation Workshop: STC Certification #03907-079656

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    Course Summary:

    The single most important leadership activity is to develop a mission statement, according to Leadership Expert Steven Covey. A leader must have a solid personal compass or s/he will be tossed about by emotions, fears, popular opinion (right or wrong) and be unable to lead effectively. This “back to basics” course walks the participant and/or department through the process of developing a mission and vision statement that is in line with the mission statement that counts.

    a) Identify individual and departmental strengths and growth areas in terms of 32 Leadership Competencies – National Institute of Corrections
    b) list the order of the best questions to ask during a process
    c) create a “who I need to be” statement
    d) list the five steps of the “Mastermind Activation State Process”
    e) present personal Vision and Mission Statements to class

    “Excellent training. It was a pleasure to work through the S.P.O.T. process and develop meaningful outcomes, goals and a beautiful vision for our department. Thank you!”

    “Dynamic delivery and facilitation. This training was really insightful and I feel I got really clear around goal and priority setting. The group interaction and humor made for a fun and extremely productive day!”

    “Best facilitator I have had while working for this county!”

    Mission, Vision, Values Statement

    Created by the El Dorado County Probation Department as a result of an

    ICT Mission Statement Workshop 2016

    Mission Statement
    Providing Public Safety through Collaborative Partnerships and Innovative Practices in Corrections, with Accountability and Compassion.

    Vision Statement
    SAFE COMMUNITIES THROUGH CHANGED LIVES.

    Values

    We Believe:
    Our Well Trained, Dedicated and Compassionate Employees are the Probation Department’s Most Valuable Asset

    We are Committed to:

    • Respecting Human Rights and Diversity
    • Fostering Transparency through Accountability and Communication
    • Providing Exemplary Service by Leading with Integrity, Humility, Honesty and Equality

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    “The single most important leadership activity is to develop a personal mission statement.” Steven Covey.

    Instructor Specialization: Ms. McDermott has special training in the creation of both individual and organizational mission statements, and has had significant experience working with department leadership teams to develop updated mission, vision, and values statements.

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    This “back to basics” course will guide participants through the process of developing a personal mission statement or organizational mission statement that is in line with the goals of their individual departments. Upon completion of this course, participants will not only have a clearer road map for their personal goals, but will also have a greater understanding of how their personal goals can positively and directly impact the common good within their departments.

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