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Values, Mission, and Vision. Jerry Ceres Director Americas Professional Services. Values, Mission, and vision. Jerry Ceres Scoutmaster. Learning Objectives. As a result of this session you will be able to:. Understand what is meant by values, mission, and vision . - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Values, Mission, and VisionJerry CeresDirector Americas Professional ServicesCourse Overview1N5-347-146Vision Statement Boy Scouts of AmericaThe Boy Scouts of America will prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Scout Law.Course Overview6Change is a fact of life. It may seem obvious, but

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Change is a source of anxiety for many people but it doesnt have to be.

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Change can be a valuable tool of leadership.

Lets say it again Change Happens. Its inevitable. In fact, in many areas of our lives, the speed at which change occurs is increasing.

click for next slide N5-347-147ValuesCore beliefs or desires that

guide or motivate our attitudes

and actions.What are values?Course Overview7What choices do we have in how we react to change?Vicki; write answers on flip chart

Heres what the syllabus says our choices are:click We can be fearful of change and resistant to it, but that allows change to control us.click We can accept changes and try to make the most of them. Thats better, but it causes us to adapt to changes that are already occurring.click Or, we can lead change by taking responsibility for steering changes in the best possible direction. This approach not only accepts the inevitability of change, but also does something about determining the outcome of change.

click for next slideN5-347-144A Story of Vision

N5-347-145VisionHow do you define vision?Vision is a picture of future success.Course Overview5Well, how about these changes?click before each bullet The change from being Cub Scouts when you first arrived here to becoming members of Troop 1 as Boy Scouts. This evening youll witness a Venturing Crew induction ceremony. Thats a change most of us see in the youth we serve as they make the transition from one program to the next.

Changes in team development. Your patrol has been going through the stages of becoming a high-performance team changes that lead to important goals.

The change in location youre about to make in this part of the course. You may have become very settled with the surroundings and routine that had become familiar during the last weekend. What will it be like to make this change? And how about the addition of Crew 558 to the Wood Badge Staff

Or maybe youve recently experienced these changes.

Changes with your Scouting responsibilities back home. A Cubmaster moves away; a troops meeting place is no longer available; a source of funding dries up. Perhaps you must work with a new District Executive, a new committee member, or a new group of Scouts. Perhaps you are the one who moves to a new location and find that you must establish a new relationship with Scout leaders already in place.

Change is every bit as frequent beyond Scouting, too in our places of work, in our communities, our families, and other organizations.

In fact:click for next slideN5-347-148ValuesValues can take a variety of forms. For example: Principles or standards Service Above Self (Rotary Club International) Be Prepared Do A Good Turn Daily Personal Qualities Honesty Loyalty Ability to listenCourse Overview8What choices do we have in how we react to change?Vicki; write answers on flip chart

Heres what the syllabus says our choices are:click We can be fearful of change and resistant to it, but that allows change to control us.click We can accept changes and try to make the most of them. Thats better, but it causes us to adapt to changes that are already occurring.click Or, we can lead change by taking responsibility for steering changes in the best possible direction. This approach not only accepts the inevitability of change, but also does something about determining the outcome of change.

click for next slideN5-347-149ValuesCharacter TraitsBeing organizedEnthusiasmOpenness to others Codes of Ethics Hippocratic Oath Ten Commandments BSAs Outdoor CodeCourse Overview9What choices do we have in how we react to change?Vicki; write answers on flip chart

Heres what the syllabus says our choices are:click We can be fearful of change and resistant to it, but that allows change to control us.click We can accept changes and try to make the most of them. Thats better, but it causes us to adapt to changes that are already occurring.click Or, we can lead change by taking responsibility for steering changes in the best possible direction. This approach not only accepts the inevitability of change, but also does something about determining the outcome of change.

click for next slideN5-347-1410ValuesStatements of Scoutings ValuesScout OathScout LawCourse Overview10What choices do we have in how we react to change?Vicki; write answers on flip chart

Heres what the syllabus says our choices are:click We can be fearful of change and resistant to it, but that allows change to control us.click We can accept changes and try to make the most of them. Thats better, but it causes us to adapt to changes that are already occurring.click Or, we can lead change by taking responsibility for steering changes in the best possible direction. This approach not only accepts the inevitability of change, but also does something about determining the outcome of change.

click for next slideN5-347-1411ValuesActing in accord with our beliefs and values is one of the greatest challenges each of us faces every day.Its true for individuals in all aspects of life and equally true for organizations of every kind and size.

- Eric Harvey and Alexander Lucia

Course Overview11What choices do we have in how we react to change?Vicki; write answers on flip chart

Heres what the syllabus says our choices are:click We can be fearful of change and resistant to it, but that allows change to control us.click We can accept changes and try to make the most of them. Thats better, but it causes us to adapt to changes that are already occurring.click Or, we can lead change by taking responsibility for steering changes in the best possible direction. This approach not only accepts the inevitability of change, but also does something about determining the outcome of change.

click for next slideN5-347-1412MissionWhat is a Mission?Course Overview12Okay, so what are the objectives of leading change?

Isnt it all about control?click

When change is needed, leading change can make it happen.If your scout unit is not getting the full value out of the program its time to make some changes.click

When change is inevitable, leading change can make it positive.When National issues new regulations, HOW you adapt to those changes will make all the difference.

Okay, so how do we lead change?

click for next slideN5-347-1413Missionreflects the core values of an organization.communicates an organizations long-term objectives.is a calling to pursue long-term objectives that typically reflect or support the core values of an individual or organization.

**Why an organization exists**A mission

Course Overview13Okay, so what are the objectives of leading change?

Isnt it all about control?click

When change is needed, leading change can make it happen.If your scout unit is not getting the full value out of the program its time to make some changes.click

When change is inevitable, leading change can make it positive.When National issues new regulations, HOW you adapt to those changes will make all the difference.

Okay, so how do we lead change?

click for next slideN5-347-1414MissionA organizations mission is often formalized into a mission statement.

A mission statement is often confused with a vision statement.

VERY CONFUSING!

Course Overview14Okay, so what are the objectives of leading change?

Isnt it all about control?click

When change is needed, leading change can make it happen.If your scout unit is not getting the full value out of the program its time to make some changes.click

When change is inevitable, leading change can make it positive.When National issues new regulations, HOW you adapt to those changes will make all the difference.

Okay, so how do we lead change?

click for next slideN5-347-1415Mission, Values, VisionFor this course, we will use the following simple definitions. Values

Mission

Vision

What we believe in and how we will behaveWhy we exist

What success looks likeCourse Overview15Okay, so what are the objectives of leading change?

Isnt it all about control?click

When change is needed, leading change can make it happen.If your scout unit is not getting the full value out of the program its time to make some changes.click

When change is inevitable, leading change can make it positive.When National issues new regulations, HOW you adapt to those changes will make all the difference.

Okay, so how do we lead change?

click for next slideN5-347-1416Mission Statement Boy Scouts of AmericaThe mission statement of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.Course Overview16Change is a fact of life. It may seem obvious, but

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Change is a source of anxiety for many people but it doesnt have to be.

In fact,click

Change can be a valuable tool of leadership.

Lets say it again Change Happens. Its inevitable. In fact, in many areas of our lives, the speed at which change occurs is increasing.

click for next slide N5-347-1417VisionWhat is a Vision?Course Overview17Okay, so what are the objectives of l