"Monkey see, Monkey do"
Or would you like to swing on a star?
That is a vision statement not a mission statement.Originally Posted by Doc
A mission statement should have key deliverables in it. Something like "School X will become an industry leader that offers complete language solutions to Thai nationals. We will maintain margins by offering a clean comfortable learning environment with qualified staff and excellent methodology, blah blah blah."
After this you then do action plans that have more specific goals that are measurable.
[Laying Plans] "It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin. Hence it is a subject of inquiry which can on no account be neglected." Sun Tsu
from a slogan viewpoint.
learning to love english. learning how to love success.
key word luuuv.
You're right.Originally Posted by Sanuk Canuk
It's a vision statement I need then. I just want something short and snappy that I can but on our website and below the new logo I'm having designed.
Well then how about "Where the seriously pretentious live out serious pretensions"? (it will probably sound very amiable when translated into Thai).Originally Posted by Doc
Our school is SANUK MAK LEUUY!
i'm with jasper, but more like "san0Ok jang leuuy" with a couple of googly eyeballs in the "0O"
Serious answers?Originally Posted by Doc
Haven't got any for you.
I do however, have a serious question.
What's the name of your school?
Just so us 'western losers' don't mistakenly apply to work at a school which employs a complete cunt to run its website.
Game? This wasn't meant to be a game!!!...NEVER!!
This formula will either help or confuse!Originally Posted by Doc
GOALS > OBJECTIVES > MISSION > VISION
Consider a football team.
The goal of a football team is to score goals.
By scoring goals, the team will achieve its objective of winning games.
By winning as many games as possible, the team is more likely to achieve its mission of winning national trophies.
By winning national trophies, the team is more likely to achieve its vision of winning international trophies.
Really, work from your vision/mission statement down, that way you'll have a complete picture where every detail fits perfectly. Your slogan will be the last piece to fall in place. It will take time to think it through, but you'll be glad to see your creation in the end.
At the moment you don't know why one slogan is better than another, and your staff doesn't really understand what you are trying to achieve, and your customers will be confused, too - if your motto or your objectives don't fit into your mission/vision. They'll make it up for you: "Oh, just another rip off, he wants my money and showers me with nonsense he doesn't believe himself".
Unless your real mission is to make shitloads of money in the shortest time possible.
Actually suggested for a department I worked at:
"There's more to us than meets the eye!"
I liked that one. But the worst was:
"We like children."
"Expanding Communication Worldwide". I tried.
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'We're too cheap to employ a proper agency so we ended up with this sh!te'
Surprised posters not yet eliciting answers from you Doc
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Water off a duck's back.Originally Posted by fatelvis
I've no intention of getting involved in flame wars.
I asked a straightforward question. If I get a good suggestion great, if not then I'm no worse off than when I started.
"Working today for a better tomorrow" as suggested by one of the more serious posters is one I may well go with.
Brilliant.Originally Posted by fatelvis