I'm revamping our mission statement for our training department. I recently took over the department and it is driven by training activities rather than performance improvement in the organization. I'm trying to change that, slowly I want to start with a solid mission/vision statement.
Thought it would be interesting to hear other mission statements, that might spark some more brainstorming in my head.
Anyone have a vision or mission statement for their training department?
Didn't realize you had posted your question twice ... I replied to it in the Training Fundamentals forum.
Okay, make that 3 times ... once is sufficient.
I figured that different individuals are probably checking different boards. That is why I posted it in 3 different spots. Just looking for varied responses.
I would suggest using the following overall objective as the lead-in statement, and then qualify it with the actions and services that describe how the organization will achieve its goal.
The mission of <Your Department> is to train people to achieve results.
IMHO, it is a Corporate Learning Strategy that defines the mission of the organization.
As an ISO certified company, I learned the importance of tying my department's mission statement to the company's. I work for a large ad agency. It's mission statement is as follows: To succeed by helping our clients drive sales and build long term value for their product and service brands.
Tech Training's missions statement:
Helping to give the employees the skills they need to help our clients drive sales and build long term value for their product and service brands.
The mission and purpose of the department is not to provide technical training. It is to help employees acquire and keep the skills they need to reach the agency's business goal.
Mgr - Technical Training & Performance Technology
Team Detroit - JWT, Y&R, Wunderman, Ogilvy, groupM
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