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  1. Values, Vision, & Mission Statements Section 3-2

  2. A Hierarchal Process • Identify core values. • Create a shared vision of a successful future. • Develop an overarching mission statement. • Your state team activities are only a beginning. • These three guiding statements must be developed and validated with input from the field. NAVAA

  3. Vision Statement(Section 3-3 and T3-4)) • Your vision is “your shared image of a successful future.” • Should be inspiring, aspiring and motivating. • How do you want your state to be different? • What will “success” look like? NAVAA

  4. Mission Statement(Sections 3-4 and T3-6) • The mission statement clearly and succinctly identifies what the agency is and why it exists….A mission serves as a reminder to the public and agency personnel of the unique purposes promoted and served by the agency. NAVAA

  5. Mission Statement(cont.) • Explain why the organization exists. • Describe services and possibly products. • Identify clients or consumers. • Clarify roles and functions of the organization and its key components and personnel. NAVAA

  6. Values Statement (Sections 3-2 and T3-2) • What do we believe? • What do we stand for? • What drives your planning process? • Your values statement will help put into words the intangible nature of what your state strategic planning process wants to represent. NAVAA

  7. Utilizing the Affinity Diagram Process (T2-35) • Individual worksheet to identify key issues for shared values. • Write key issues on sticky notes. • Facilitator will help arrange issues into similar groups, with group consensus. • Summarize groups or categories. • Utilize summarized phrases to create your draft values statement. NAVAA