Vision, mission and values are the foundation for great leadership practices. Seasons Leadership Co-Founders Susan Ireland and Debbie Collard talk about how to identify your vision and values and the importance of having a mission.
Vision: your what (2:02)
Ask yourself – where are you headed? What inspires you?
Debbie and Susan talk about inspiration and how that informs what you should be doing in the world.
Values: how you do what you do (4:52)
Ask yourself – what bothers you? How do you feel?
Debbie and Susan talk about living in alignment and share examples when their values were trampled on.
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Mission: your why (11:29)
Ask yourself: why you do what you do? What drives you?
Debbie and Susan talk about their own personal missions and how identifying your mission saves time and leads to more fulfillment.
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