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Subject:Re: Mission Statements From:Pat Gantt <pagantt -at- POSTOFFICE -dot- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 9 Aug 1997 17:03:13 -0500
> Back when mission statements were cool, Stephen Covey's _Seven Habits of
> Highly Effective People_ covered the process exhaustively. I don't think
> Covey had committees of conscripts in mind as the ones to write it.
I took a course that featured this book amongst others.
The course was called Career Development.
Covey has an official Covey site.
Do a search if you would like to know more.
Covey has other books and exercises available for
If possible to avoid buzz call it something else
like goals, skills, etc. much simpler and to the point.
Pat Gantt, M.S. HRD
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