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  • 1. Mission - Vision - Values
    Key Components of Our Strategic Framework
  • 2. The Strategic Framework
    Mission: What the organization is doing
    Vision: Identifies the ideal future from the organization’s perspective
    Core Values: Shape the organization’s actions
    Strategies: Zero in on key success approaches
    Goals and Action Plans: Guide daily, weekly, monthly actions.
  • 3. What Should A Mission Be?
    Short and focused
    Explain the why…(not the how)
    To be remembered for...
    Fit with what the organization believes in
  • 4. Mission – What We Heard
    Our desire to change lives
    Our presence in Canadian communities
    Our desire to make a positive difference
  • 5. Mission – Putting It Together
    “Committed to changing lives and making Canadian communities a better place to live”
  • 6. What Should A Vision Be?
    Idealized description
    Desired outcome
    Inspires and energizes
    Mental picture of our target
  • 7. Vision – What We Heard
    Enhancing the quality of life
    Changing lives in Canada
  • 8. Vision – Putting It Together
    “To enhance the quality of life of every Canadian.”
  • 9. What Are Core Values?
    Guide our decisions
    Demonstrate and model them throughout
    Help establish priorities
    Leadership congruency
  • 10. Core Values – What We Heard
    Integrity
    Accountability
    Compassion
    Respect
  • 11. Core Values – Putting It Together
    Integrity – The relationship we have as an Association with Canadian Communities is based on fundamentals of honesty, trust and transparency. In turn, it is important that we hold ourselves to the highest standard of integrity in all that we do as members of Kin Canada.
    Accountability – As one of Canada’s leading service organizations, it is crucial we take responsibility for everything we do, for our successes and failures, both as a team, and as individuals alike. We address issues in an appropriate manner, and respond to our mistakes by learning from them and being dedicated to improving our approach moving forward.
  • 12. Core Values – Putting It Together
    Compassion – A defining characteristic of Kin Canada is our continual efforts to help others through the various initiatives we put forth. Our desire to be kind and sensitive to those around us ensure that we are always in tune with the greatest needs of our communities.
    Respect – Respect is a fundamental pillar on which we rest as members of Kin. Being respectful and fair in our dealings with our members and all of our external stakeholders is of the upmost importance to our Association.
  • 13. Where Will This Place Us?
    A Clear Direction
    Accurate Ends Policies
    Solid Foundation for Future Strategies
  • 14. Feedback from District Conventions
    Mission, Vision & Values presentation given to all 8 District Conventions
    The `margin of error' for the results from this survey is 7.15%
  • 15. Survey Question 1
  • 16. Survey Question 2
  • 17. Survey Question 3
  • 18. Survey Question 4
  • 19. Questions?
    Mission – Vision – Values:
    Key Components of Our Strategic Framework
    Please e-mail Arlene Gray with any feedback or comments by the DEADLINE of Sunday July 25th, 2010