No Mission and Goals
A team should have a mission, goals, and
The mission statement describes what the team does…its work…its product or service.
One of the most frequently stated reasons why a team is successful is a clear mission that is understood by each team member.
Goals are a subset of the mission. They define specific actions that will support accomplishing the mission. Objectives are a further breakdown of what is needed to accomplish each goal. In essence, the mission is broken down into smaller and smaller targets and accomplishments.
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Leading Engaging Meetings
Meeting Repair Kit
Your Best - Focuses the team on mission, vision, and goal
setting through the use of 19 interactive activities.
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