- Looking at our present limitations or past failures to define your vision. If so, it would be very restrictive.
- Be satisfied with your present and do not want to change. If so, you are growing old.
2. Unexpected: audacious,challenging,
3. Concrete: measurable and have targets. You can tell whether you reach it.
4. Credible: challenging and yet believable. If it is incredulous, it will be ridiculed.
5. Emotion: motivating, giving pride,
6. Story: a good story or a good dream.
- Living Being (Rom 12, 1 Cor 12, Eph 4) - we are all members of the same body.
- Differences are respected, appreciated and treasured.
- Differences must be aligned and synchronized towards achieving the shared mission and vision.
- Family - relationship of love, care, protection, up-bringing.
Commitment – Passion, Perseverance, Overcoming, Creativity.
Empathy – Understanding Others, Culturally Savvy and extending help.
Respect & Trust
Integrity – Honesty & Competence
TRIP – Trust, Risk, Innovation, Progress
Learning, Innovation, Agility
Fun & Play
- The definition of vision/mission and factors to consider to derive a mission statement. The biblical references. It's a diff and unique perspective that is biblical & practical at the same time.
- About setting of our vision beyond our limits. It's really encouraging to hear that.
- Vision; It gives practical advice on how to set good vision statements. e.g characteristics of a good vision statement is very informative & helpful for those setting their vision statements
- Value topic. Not quite understand how to apply on my work.
- more of such sessions
- overall presentation is grounded and very practical yet biblical.
- Review the Previous Seminar
- Coming to this seminar is like listening to 10 authors summarizing their books