If you and the people who work with you don’t understand where the company is going, they may all develop their own priorities and actually prevent you from getting where you need to be. Part of getting everyone on board is creating a strategic plan complete with the organization’s values, vision, and mission. Then, there’s the challenge of bringing these principles to life in a meaningful way that people can relate to. This two-day course will help you describe what you want to do and get people where you want to go.
What Will Students Learn?
- How to identify the values that support their company
- How to define the vision for their company
- How to write a mission statement that explains what the company’s purpose is
- How to complete meaningful SWOT analyses
- Tools and techniques to create a strategic plan that directs the organization from the executive to the front line
- Ways to implement, evaluate, and review a strategic plan
- How related tools, such as the strategy map and balanced scorecard, can help them develop a strategic plan
- Understanding strategic planning
- Identifying our values
- Designing our vision
- Writing mission statements
- Performing a SWOT analysis
- Setting goals
- Assigning roles, responsibilities, and accountabilities
- Gathering support
- Making the change
- Presentation options (infographics, reports, etc.)
- Getting there successfully
- Plenty of case studies and practice opportunities
Instruction by an expert facilitator
Specialized student workbook and course materials
Personalized certificate of completion
AM/PM snacks and lunch
Super Early Bird Rate – P7,500 + 12% VAT (Pay on or before September 13)
Early Bird – P8,000 + 12%vat (Pay on or before September 27)
Regular Rate – P8,500 + 12%vat
Group Discount: Register 3 participants and get 1 seat FREE
The Principal Contributors:
- Profiles International
1. Profiles International, Inc. (PI) was established in 1991 in Texas, USA. It had amongst it stated objectives that of providing employers with current, valid and easy to use employment assessment instruments, so that they could make better use of their human capital resources. It operated initially in North America, where it now has tens of thousands of clients, both large and small. It is a world innovator and leader in the development and distribution of employment assessments. It operates in over 130 countries with locally validated assessments in over 30 languanges.
Since beginning operations in 1991, Profiles has developed a completely new set of employee assessment instruments, literally from the ground up...whilst making full use of prior research. Additional information on Profiles International may be found at www.ProfilesInternational.com.
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