Mission Vision Values

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A vision statement is a statement of an organization’s overarching aspirations of what it hopes to achieve or to become. The vision statement does not provide specific targets. It is a visual image of what the organization is trying to produce or become. It should inspire people and motivate them to want to be part of and contribute to the organization. Vision statements should be clear and concise, usually not longer than a short paragraph.

The vision statement and mission statement are often confused, and many companies use the terms interchangeably. The vision statement describes where the organization wants to be in the future; the mission statement describes what the organization needs to do now to achieve the vision. The vision and mission statements must support each other, but the mission statement is more specific. It defines how the organization will be different from other organizations in its industry.

The values statement, also called the code of ethics, differs from both the vision and mission statements. The values statement defines what the organization believes in and how people in the organization are expected to behave—with each other, with customers and suppliers, and with other stakeholders. It provides a moral direction for the organization that guides decision making and establishes a standard for assessing actions. It also provides a standard for employees to judge violations.

Together, the vision, mission, and values statements provide direction for everything that happens in an organization. They keep everyone focused on where the organization is going and what it is trying to achieve. And they define the core values of the organization and how people are expected to behave. They are intended to guide decisions and behaviors to achieve common ends.

Suitable for all industries, this template is also effective for sharing your organization’s mission statement, vision statement and values. While a mission statement explains the overall purpose of your organization, a vision statement is a photograph of the preferred future you are working towards. You can use this template to align the goals of your department, provide clear communication to team members and stakeholders, and clearly define your vision and mission.

This template will be useful for startups when presenting a mission and vision at an investor meeting. You can use multiple slide options to find the best fit for your industry. CEOs can use this template when changing their company strategy. You can also use the slides in this template as you prepare for a multi-company merger and develop a new mission and vision.

Salespeople can use the slides in this template to prepare for their major customer meetings. You can describe in detail the mission and values ​​of the company. Human resources managers can use the slides in this template to prepare corporate culture information. Each new employee of the company will be able to study in detail the corporate culture of the company based on the presentation you have developed.

This colorful PowerPoint has four varieties of design, featuring iconography, graphics, data points, and text call-outs. Using pops of bright greens, blues and pinks, this template is sure to grab the attention of your audience while inspiring them to reach for a higher gear. Ideal for strategists, team leads, and business owners, this template is 100% editable. Icons, colors and text can be customized to meet your unique business needs.