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Thursday, September 10, 2015

MEPAP II Grad Forum 13: Training Focus


Concerning employee development, which of the three aspects of organizational structure below do you use as a foundation for your employee training?

Mission
Core Values 
Vision 

13 comments:

  1. All three, however the vision is the most important because the mission and core values are based on the vision. The vision sets the tone.

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  2. All three, however the vision is the most important because the mission and core values are based on the vision. The vision sets the tone.

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  3. I think all three as well you have to know your vision of the mission the value of the core to develop a foundation.

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  4. Vision. I think it's very pertinent that your staff understands the vision for 2department. If they understand they can envision it. If they can envision it, they can see where they can insert themselves in order to bring it to fruition. From there you have a teammate.

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  5. Vision. I think it's very pertinent that your staff understands the vision for 2department. If they understand they can envision it. If they can envision it, they can see where they can insert themselves in order to bring it to fruition. From there you have a teammate.

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  6. Vision. I think it's very pertinent that your staff understands the vision for 2department. If they understand they can envision it. If they can envision it, they can see where they can insert themselves in order to bring it to fruition. From there you have a teammate.

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  7. Vision. I think it's very pertinent that your staff understands the vision for 2department. If they understand they can envision it. If they can envision it, they can see where they can insert themselves in order to bring it to fruition. From there you have a teammate.

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  8. Vision. I think it's very pertinent that your staff understands the vision for 2department. If they understand they can envision it. If they can envision it, they can see where they can insert themselves in order to bring it to fruition. From there you have a teammate.

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  9. A clear vision to know what you are wanting to accomplish then to go on a mission to achieve it. Set up great core values to fulfill it.

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  10. You need a mission in order to know what you are trying to achieve. Then you have a vision on how to get there , but you need core values in order to have stability to achieve what you are going for.

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  11. You need a mission in order to know what you are trying to achieve. Then you have a vision on how to get there , but you need core values in order to have stability to achieve what you are going for.

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  12. Tracey Taylor
    Core values in a company, organization are extremely important due to it brings fourth the decision on which that organization is built, founded and predicated. the core give a clear and concise understanding as to what is expected of us as employees, it promote's the values on which we must provide care in that being of service is not a job but rather a commitment to care and help. I stand firmly on a companies mission and values but the "core" is the root on which any company is built without it there be no need for chain of command, but rather a corporation with more Indians than chief's, someone has to set the standard on which a company thrives the core in my opinion dose just that.

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