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Strategic Goals & Objectives. Transformational Leadership in Action. Open vs. Closed Systems. Open. Model of Strategic Communication. Situational Knowledge Goal Setting Communication Competence Anxiety Management. Model of Strategic Communication. Situational Knowledge

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strategic goals objectives

Strategic Goals & Objectives

Transformational Leadership in Action

model of strategic communication
Model of Strategic Communication
  • Situational Knowledge
  • Goal Setting
  • Communication Competence
  • Anxiety Management
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Model of Strategic Communication
  • Situational Knowledge
    • Contextual/situation
      • Boss
      • Peers
      • Subordinates
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Model of Strategic Communication
  • Goal Setting (personal/organizational)
    • Clear goals
      • Defined
      • Stated
    • Appropriate
      • Situation
      • Cost
      • Time
      • Realistic
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Model of Strategic Communication
  • Communication Competence
    • Knowledge
    • Skill
    • Motivation
  • Type of message
  • Type of channel
  • Style of delivery
    • Situation driven
    • Adapting to values/needs of organization
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Model of Strategic Communication
  • Anxiety Management
    • Job interviews
    • Meetings
      • Superiors
      • Peers
      • Subordinates
    • Group/Committee Meetings
fedex group exercise
FedEx: Group Exercise
  • Page 40
    • Read scenario
    • Answer questions
    • Report to class
model of strategic communication transformational leadership
Model of Strategic Communication & Transformational Leadership
  • Mission
  • Vision
  • Values
  • Internal Control
    • Willingness to risk
    • Tolerance for ambiguity
transformational leadership
Transformational Leadership
  • Time consuming process!
    • SJSU
    • G&O
  • Must involve all significant members of management
  • Those who participate in decision making are more likely to support final plan.
mission statement
Mission Statement

In just a few (1 to 2) sentences a mission statement

needs to communicate the essence of your organization

to your stakeholders and to the public. For example:

At the Developmental Studies Center we develop, evaluate, and disseminate programs [business] that foster children's ethical, social, and intellectual development [purpose]. While nurturing children's capacity to think skillfully and critically, we also strive to deepen children's commitment to prosocial values such as kindness, helpfulness, personal responsibility, and respect for others - qualities we believe are essential to leading humane and productive lives in a democratic society [values]. and productive lives in a democratic society.

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Mission Statement

In just a few (1 to 2) sentences a mission statement needs to communicate the essence of your organization to your stakeholders and to the public.

  • See page 28
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Mission Statement

Gavilan’s Mission Statement

In an environment that nurtures creativity and intellectual curiosity, Gavilan College serves the community by providing a high quality learning experience and preparing students for higher education, technical and public service careers, life-long learning and participation in a diverse global society.

mission statement examples
Mission Statement Examples
  • http://www.gavilan.edu/facilities/chapter1.htm
  • http://www.hartnell.cc.ca.us/academics/policies/mission.html
  • http://www.aarp.org/leadership/Articles/a2003-01-13-aarphistory.html
  • http://www.dole.com/company/about/mission.jsp
organizational structure
Organizational Structure
  • Actual environment where business occurs
    • Building “brick and mortar”
    • Internet
    • Phone
  • Tall vs. Flat
    • P. 32
vision
Vision
  • Where specifically are we going?
  • How will we get there?
  • Requires Necessary Communication Skills
    • Creative Insight
    • Sensitivity
    • Focus
    • Versatility
    • Patience
    • Global Attitude
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Vision
  • Developing vision
    • New ideas/ways of being
  • Clarifying vision
    • Readily understood
  • Acting on vision
    • Behave consistent with vision
  • Benefits of vision
    • All activities guided by vision
shared core values
Shared Core Values
  • Always about what people want
    • Honesty
    • Integrity
    • Excellence
    • Teamwork
    • Personal Responsibility
    • Diversity
  • Ethical behavior
  • Sustained Trust
  • Empowerment
  • Innovation
  • Creativity
  • Passion
internal control
Internal Control
  • Policies and Procedures
    • Bureaucratic structure
      • Employee Handbook
      • How To manuals
  • Willingness to risk
    • Sharing of power and control
  • Tolerance for ambiguity
    • Ability and willingness to deal with chaos
environmental factors
Environmental Factors
  • What factors outside the organization (community/customers/government regulations) need to be factored into the revised strategic plan of the organization?
  • Include information gathered from the depth interviews and customer surveys.
  • Who are our stakeholders?

identifying stakeholders
Identifying Stakeholders
  • Customers
  • Suppliers
  • Employees
  • Community
  • Competition
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Strategic Goals & Objectives
  • List the strategies necessary to meet the revised vision/mission of the organization (political/economical/cultural/fiscal/human).
  • What steps will we take to meet goals/objectives?
  • How do we measure/qualify our success/failure?
  • How do we track our progress against plans and/or competition?
  • What is our benchmark?
benefits of strategic goal setting
Benefits of Strategic Goal Setting
  • Replaces individual MBOs
  • Drives all aspects of organization
    • Financial decisions
    • HR/Performance reviews
    • Marketing
    • Operations
  • Unified perception
  • Clear focus and resulting activity
question class discussion
Question/Class Discussion
  • What is the mission and vision of your employer? Is it communicated effectively?
  • Are those statements accurate?
    • Internalized/Externalized
    • Reality/Fiction
  • How does the communication climate operate? (see p. 36)
    • Supportive?
    • Participative?
    • Open/Closed?
    • Trusting/Credible?
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