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  • 1. Mountain Land University
    Module 1 Session II
    Mark A. Anderson
  • 2. Mark A Anderson P.T.
    President
  • 3.
  • 4. Vision Statement
    Our vision statement takes into account the current status of our company,
    and serves to point the direction of where we wish to go
  • 5. Vision Statement
    Our vision statement is a picture of our company in the future.
    It is our inspiration, the framework for all of our strategic planning.
    Our Vision statement balances the possible with the impossible.
  • 6. Vision Statement
    Everything we do and say as part of our company should reflect achieving our vision statement
  • 7.
  • 8. Vision Statement
    “Our vision is to be a vital and valued provider of healthcare and related services while helping our customers and employees achieve their potential.”
  • 9. Vision Statement
    “Our vision is to be a vital and valued provider of healthcare and related services while helping our customers and employees achieve their potential.”
  • 10. Vision Statement
    Definition
    Vital: Absolutely necessary important, essential
    Valued: highly regarded or esteemed,
    having importance:
  • 11. Vision Statement
    “Our vision is to be a vital and valued provider of healthcare and related services while helping our customers and employees achieve their potential.”
  • 12. Vision Statement
    Definition
    Potential:
    Having possibility, capability, or power.
    Existing in possibility : capable of development into actuality
  • 13. VALUES
    Our Values are the nitty gritty
    detailed behaviors
    that help us reach our vision
  • 14. VALUES
    They are so clear that everyone can understand and work towards their perfect execution
  • 15. VALUES
    The behaviors that have created Mountain Land rehabilitation today
    Are the behaviors that will determine its Future
  • 16. OUR CORE VALUE Clinical Excellence
    We apply the highest standards of care to achieve the greatest medical outcomes for our patients
  • 17.
  • 18. OUR CORE VALUEOPERATIONAL AND FISCAL EFFICIENCY
    We achieve maximal financial success through ethical, efficient and measured operational efforts
  • 19.
  • 20. OUR CORE VALUE CARING COMPANY CULTURE
    We reach out to improve one’s work and work life through efforts to meet an individual’s personal and professional goals and expectations.
  • 21.
  • 22. OUR CORE VALUEEXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE
    We exceed customer expectations through the application of an ever present conscious thought of unparalleled service to all.
  • 23.
  • 24. OUR CORE VALUEENTREPRENUERIALSPIRIT
    We encourage the application of ethical behavior while developing creative and enterprising ideas to advance the welfare of customers, employees and the business.
  • 25.
  • 26.
  • 27. WIG’s
    Wildly Important Goal
  • 28.
  • 29. Wildly Important Goal
    Wildly Important Goals are simply defined: if we don’t do X goal, we will fail.
    It’s wildly important because if we don’t do it, we will fail.
  • 30.
  • 31. Wildly Important Goal
    Improve customer satisfaction by creating an exceptional experience in every customer and patient interaction.
  • 32.
  • 33. Wildly Important Goal
    Attract, develop and retain exceptional employees.
  • 34.
  • 35. Wildly Important Goal
    Enhance systems and processes to improve company wide operational efficiencies.
  • 36.
  • 37. Wildly Important Goal
    Achieve budgeted revenues and profit.