Make Your Mission Statement Work

A mission statement is an explicit statement of the values of an organization. It generates:
◆ the principles in accordance with which the organization acts
◆ the standards against which it is willing to be judged. As such a mission statement is a hostage to fortune. If the organization lives up to the values expressed in its mission statement, acts in accordance with the principles derived from it, and meets the standards it generates the organization will be securing its morale and strengthening its reputation.


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Bonus Content

On the basis of these values, we should:

◆ accept our responsibility to maintain a sustainable envi-
ronment for future generations

◆ understand the place of human beings within nature
◆ understand our responsibilities for other species
◆ ensure that development can be justified
◆ preserve balance and diversity in nature wherever

◆ preserve areas of beauty and interest for future genera-

◆ repair, wherever possible, habitats damaged by human
development and other means.

Taken from the newly revised National Curriculum Hand-