To effectively bridge the gaps between the aviation needs on the mission field and the aviators training to serve there, by eliminating obstacles, helping aviation missionary candidates satisfy experience and financial requirements, and creatively building and partnering resources to satisfy critical needs of aviation training and missions programs.
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WHAT IS A MISSION STATEMENT
The mission statement should be a concise statement of business strategy and developed from the customer's perspective and it should fit with the vision for the business. The mission should answer three questions:
WHO it does it for; and
HOW it does what it does.
As Jack Welch, Chairman, General Electric said, "Good business leaders create a vision, articulate the vision, passionately own the vision, and relentlessly drive it to completion."
WHAT IS A VISION STATEMENT
Vision statements and mission statements are very different. A vision statement spells out goals at a high level and should coincide with the founder's goals for the entity. Simply put, the vision should state what the founder ultimately envisions the entity to be, in terms of growth, values, employees, contributions to society, and the like; therefore, self-reflection by the founder is a vital activity if a meaningful vision is to be developed. As a founder, once you have defined your vision, you can begin to develop strategies for moving the organization toward that vision. Part of this includes the development of a company mission.
A Vision Statement: