Vision and Mission Statement Development Term Paper

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Ultimately the best mission statements succinctly define what makes an organization unique and relevant, gaining support in the process (Kouzes, Posner, 2003, pp. 135-155).

The vision and mission statements for the Principles of Leadership class are as follows:

Vision Statement: By creating a learning environment that promotes critical thinking and independent thought, the Principles of Leadership course creates creative, independent-minded and discerning critical thinkers who can apply the concepts learned to leadership and managerial challenges in their careers.

Mission Statement: The Principles of Leadership course is committed to fostering critical thought, in-depth and insight analysis and discerning judgment by teaching students to be critical thinkers capable of applying leadership principles and concepts with agility and expertise now and in their future careers.

References

Kouzes, J & Posner, B (2003). The Leadership Challenge. Jossey-Bass; 3rd edition. New York, NY. August 7,…

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References

Kouzes, J & Posner, B (2003). The Leadership Challenge. Jossey-Bass; 3rd edition. New York, NY. August 7, 2003; pp. 103-160; Chapters 5 & 6

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