Vision, Mission and Value Statements Essay

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Introduction
I am going to discuss what the vision, mission and value statements are and how they are important to our business. Each statement has different qualities which I will discuss in my presentation. The future of our business and the Vision of who we are goes with our philosophy and ideals of who we want to be.

The vision statement should inspire your employees and give them direction on how your organization intends them to act and give them purpose. It also, gives our members understanding of what type of private club they would like to do business with. The mission statement defines the club’s primary objectives and purpose. It’s the Club’s key piece of communication to Board of Directors, employees, and members. The
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“Building a vision offers a unique approach to both transformation and empowerment” (Tearle, R, .n.d.).
A well written vision statement will give aspirations about how we feel and think about the future of the company. The message conveys a powerful statement that is frequently used in communicating the organizations vision and dream. It builds a frame of mind and helps to envision in the minds of others. The statement defines a conclusion of the company’s best achievements to inspire and challenge their people.
The mission statement is a written document that an organization declares its core purpose. The mission statements defines the essence of the organizations needs and their core purpose of their existence. It describes the role that they play in the community and portrays the club’s image, charisma, and individuality. If the mission statement is written correctly it can provide an explanation to internal and external individuals on what the organization stands for. Some of the components that are key to the mission statement are members, product and service, market, technology and philosophy are just a few that should be in the mission statement. Without and effective mission statement to inspire your employees and members on why you exist it won’t mean anything to them. Here is an example of a mission statement from Kohl’s
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