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Developing a mission, vision, values, and goals admin retreat 2010

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Developing a mission, vision, values and goals involves a variety of stakeholders. This presentation was used to begin to develop a common vision and gather data from district administrators.
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  • 1. Charting our CourseAdministrator Retreat 2010-2011Dr. Marci Shepard Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010

2. Our Purpose TodayMission and Vision: Design a process Collect dataDr.CooleyDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 3. Drawing on Our Collective Expertise Think of when you have been involved with designing a mission and vision. What went well?What didnt?What aspects of the process do we wantto ensure we include?Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 4. Learning Target for Today I can have a voice in creating Orting School Districts mission and vision, and I know how I can live it in my daily responsibilities. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 5. Progression of LearningWhere are we now? Current Data and ProgramsWhere do we want to be? Mission, Vision and Beliefs How will we get there? District-Level Measures So what does this mean to me?Personalize the LearningDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 6. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 7. Where are we now?Share Data and Current Programs Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 8. Describe our hopes and dreams for the students in our district. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 9. Where do we want to be? Mission, Vision and BeliefsDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 10. Where do we want to be?Mission Vision Collective CommitmentsWhy? What? How?FundamentalCompelling ValuesPurposeFuture Clarifies Gives Direction; Guide Priorities; Helps measure BehaviorSharpensprogressFocusDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 11. Once we know WHY weexist, we can be better at choosing HOW we will workand WHAT work we choose todo.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 12. MissionMission VisionCollectiveCommitmentsWhy? What?How?FundamentalCompellingBeliefs andPurposeFutureValues Clarifies Gives DirectionGuide Priorities;BehaviorSharpensFocus Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 13. Mission:Why do we exist?Clarity of purpose is the goal of a mission statement.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 14. Examples of Mission StatementsWalt Disney: My mission in life is to make people happy.Eric Schmidt, CEO, Google: My mission is to collect all the worlds information and make it accessible to everyone.Phil Knight, Founder, Nike: My mission is to bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 15. Mission:Why do we exist?A mission statement becomes amission when it lives in thehearts and minds of thestaff, parents, administratorsand students. It is the reasonwe choose to work and learn inOrting specifically.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 16. If we have a big enough WHY, wewill always discover the HOW. Tara SemischDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 17. Writing a Mission:Make it concise and memorable!Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 18. Mission: Clarity of purpose andEffective DistrictsGreat districts row as one. They are quite clearly inthe same boat, pulling in the same direction in unison.The best districts are tightly aligned communitiesmarked by a palpable sense of common purpose andshared identity among staff a clear sense of we. Bycontrast, struggling districts feel fractured; there is asense that people work in the same district but nottoward the same goals. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 19. MissionDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 20. VisionMission Vision Collective CommitmentsWhy? What? How?FundamentalCompelling ValuesPurposeFuture Clarifies Gives DirectionGuide Priorities; BehaviorSharpensFocusDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 21. Vision:What do we want to accomplish for studentsin the next 3-5 years?Vision is the manifestation of our stated values;the actualization of our common mission.The vision is the best possible future that canbe created by successfully accomplishing themission in a way that is consistent with onesvalues and beliefs.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 22. Vision:What do we want to accomplish for studentsin the next 3-5 years?A vision is a compelling picture ofa preferred future thatmotivates us to act.What makes it compelling is it is something people can see or envision themselves doing.Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 23. Vision: What do we want to accomplish for students in the next 3-5 years?The vision statement is best created after everyonehas engaged in the process of visioning. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 24. Characteristics of Vision StatementsVision statements: Are concrete (have observable, detectablequalities) Focus on ends, not means (communicate what,not how) Are achievable and compelling (believable, butbeyond what is) Manifest the mission and collective commitments(as the school community lives its values andaccomplishes its mission well, this is what youwill see as a result) Using our visioning, what patterns emerge? Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 25. Vision: What do we want to accomplish for students in the next 3-5 years?Take an imaginary trip through time, ending up 3-5years in the future. Turn on the evening news. What are the stories they are tellingabout Orting School District? What you will be proud to hearthem saying about us?Private Think Time Go Around Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 26. Vision:What do we hope to accomplish for students inthe next 3-5 years?There is no more powerfulengine driving anorganization towardexcellence and long-rangesuccess than anattractive, worthwhile andachievable vision of thefuture, widely shared. Burt Nanus Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 27. Vision:What do we hope to accomplish for studentsin the next 3-5 years?When individual visions come together into shared vision, there is a collective power unlike anything else a group or school could experience. Simply by virtue of the energy it creates, shared vision becomes a resource or an asset that propels the organization toward a better future. Shared vision provides motivation for change and fuel forthe challenge. It is a key factor increating both alignment andcommitment to the journey ofcontinuous improvement. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 28. VisionDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 29. MissionVision CollectiveCommitmentsWhy? What?How?FundamentalCompellingValuesPurposeFuture Clarifies Gives Direction Guide Priorities;BehaviorSharpensFocusDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 30. If we have a big enough WHY, wewill always discover the HOW. Tara SemischDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 31. Collective Commitments:How must we behave to achieve our purpose? Collective Commitments are the attitudes, behaviors and values that exist to create the future we want. Collective Commitments drive the conduct of the people within the district. How do we intend to make our shared vision a reality?Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 32. Beliefs:How must we behave to achieve our purpose? Collective commitments describe how we intend to operate on a day-to-day basis as we pursue our vision. Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 33. Develop Collective Commitments1. Keep them few in number.2. Link the statements directly to the vision statement.3. Articulate them as attitudes, behaviors, and values.See handout: Collective Commitments ExamplesDr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 34. Develop Collective CommitmentsRespond to the questions on sticky notes (one responseper sticky note): What promises are you willing to make to yourcolleagues that will support our districts success inachieving our mission?What are your fundamental, bedrock beliefs about howchildren learn?What are your fundamental, bedrock beliefs about howstaff members need to act to make that happen?Categorize data into like groups.Create headings to identify commonalities. 35. Collective Commitments 36. How will we get there? District-Level Measures Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 37. District-Level Measures MissionVision Collective District-Level Commitments Measures Why? What?How?What steps? When?Fundamental Compelling ValuesTargets andPurpose FutureTimelinesClarifiesGives Guide Establishes Priorities; DirectionBehaviorPriorities Sharpens Focus Dr. Marci Shepard Orting School District Teaching, Learning & Assessment 2010 38. District-Level Measures Which steps will we take and when?District-level measures are targets thatdefine the vision in ways that areactionable and attaina

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