A vision statement describes where the company aspires to be upon achieving its mission. This statement reveals the “where” of a business. Below are some vision statements from well-known companies to give you a sense of how a vision represents a brand.
Some examples of mission statements are shown below. Just click on the pictures:
(drugstores) – “Champion the health and well-being of every community in America.”
(athletics) – “To bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world.”
Some examples of vision statements are shown below. Just click on the pictures:
A world without Alzheimer’s disease.
(non-profit) – “Our vision is a world in which every person enjoys all of the human rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other international human rights standards.”
More about Vision Statements
A Vision statement outlines WHERE you want to be. Communicates both the purpose and values of your business.
A Mission Statement talks about HOW you will get to where you want to be. Defines the purpose and primary objectives related to your customer needs and team values.
This British Council link illustrates clearly the difference between a vision and a mission statement.
A mission statement defines the collaborative group’s purpose according to what it will do and why, as well as who will be served. The purpose of a collaborative group’s mission statement is to relate:
What makes a good mission statement?
Some examples of bad vision statements phrases that find application in many vision statements include: