Strategic Plan

3—Year Strategic Priorities:

  • To ensure the organization’s vision and strategy includes staff, Board, clients, funder and partner input.
  • To ensure that the organization’s vision and strategy is current and reflects the vision of the organization.
  • DASH’s value beyond its programs and services is acknowledged.
  • Help to increase the ability and commitment of clients to incorporate the components of Comprehensive School Health.
  • Ensure that DASH resources are client-focused, practical, useful, and reflect the principles of Comprehensive School Health.
  • Programs and services align with DASH’s vision, mission, and values.
  • DASH reaffirms itself as a leader in Comprehensive School Health.
  • Outreach to all clients is client-focused, practical and useful.
  • DASH resumes a pivotal role in youth leadership.
  • DASH is recognized for the quality of their programs and services.
  • DASH’s communications materials reflect its mission, vision, and values.
  • DASH is recognized for its knowledge, awareness, acceptances and inclusion of cultural and spiritual diversity.
  • DASH effectively leads, coordinates and collaborates with partners.
  • DASH develops a stable financial resource base for their long-term sustainability.
  • Board members have a solid foundation in their overall legislative and governance responsibilities, role within the organization, and role in relation to the Executive Director’s.
  • The Board is governed by policies that give overall direction to its members.
  • Board members are given guidance, support, and direction when needed to ensure that they are fulfilling their roles and helping achieve the organization’s vision and goals.

Commitment to Continuous Improvement:

DASH programs and services align with its vision, mission, and strategy.

  • Staff are given guidance, support, and direction when needed to fulfill their roles, helping them to achieve the organization’s vision and goals.
  • The culture of the organization is one of teamwork, co-operation, and collaboration.
  • DASH continues to promote open communication amongst and between staff.
  • The culture of the Board is one of teamwork, co-operation, collaboration, and appreciation.
  • The Board continues to promote open communication amongst and between members.
  • The Board and staff have opportunities to work together.
  • DASH routinely evaluates it programs and services through a quality improvement lens to continually improve.
  • DASH routinely evaluates its relationships with clients, funders and partners and its leadership role in Comprehensive School Health.