What you'll learn

  • What makes a clear mission statement

    Define what success looks like

  • How to get inspiration

    Anyone can take on a big picture mentality

  • How to get buy-in

    How to overcome resistance and take action

Help others see future opportunities

Forge ahead!

Course curriculum

  • 01

    Welcome!

    • Introduction

    • Define Your Vision

Instructor

Instructor Bio:

Lisa Johnson, MOL CEO/Founder Business Strategy, Economic Development Lisa is an enterprising idea person who likes to share with others to help in their business and personal success. She holds a Master of Organizational Leadership from Colorado Christian University, B.S. in Communications from Eastern New Mexico University, and is a graduate of the Economic Development Institute. Her economic development career has spanned 20+ years and three states, with leadership roles at the county, regional and state level. Lisa is a visionary who has developed projects to transform communities and build strong companies.

Lisa Johnson, MOL

CEO/Founder

Bonus material

To provide further value, participants will receive a course guide and worksheet.

  • Orbis Vision Guide

    Download this free course workbook to walk you through the process of crafting a vision statement that inspires others.

  • Mission Focus Worksheet

    We know that crafting an inspiring vision will get you stoked to take the next step: focusing or refining your mission.

Testimonials

What our clients say about working with Orbis

“THANK YOU for being a part of Carbon County Economic Development Corporation’s JOURNEY!! Your motivation definitely got my Board/myself motivated and inspired!! I’m looking forward to continue the journey with you as we change grow and change! I can’t thank Lisa Johnson and Annie Wood enough....amazing job of how things can change in an afternoon!!”

Carbon County (WY) Economic Development Director

Yvonne Johnson

“Lisa Johnson brings organizational transformation. Prior to working with Orbis, our organization lacked direction, purpose, and exposure to decision makers at the highest levels.”