🤗 | Welcome
Welcome to TCE Central Hub - you can think of this as the main place for knowledge at TCE. Some call it a wiki where we put all of the resources in one place. You’ll find guides a playbooks for how to do your work in here as well.
A team wiki is a place to store centralized knowledge, increase transparency, and speed up work across the team. A well built out team wiki or knowledge hub is especially beneficial during a new employee’s onboarding process. When everything is documented in one place for learning about each teammate’s roles, responsibilities, and projects, this results in less meetings and random pings to find the answer to a question.
How a cohesive team wiki can drive change
Change can be hard. It’s normal to get used to our own way of doing things. A team wiki forces teams to have better standards and processes. As teams use Coda regularly, some positive changes happen:
Increased participation - From using the reactions feature to entering more data into the wiki, all members on your team begin to participate more. Increased transparency - No more opening 10 different tabs. Now you only have to check one place to see updates on projects, design artifacts, and more across the entire team. Stronger identity - Since most teams are working remotely, a team wiki helps build a sense of identity for the team when meeting in person is not an option.
📝 | Introductions
A vision statement is the overall direction of our organization. Our Vision is to bring an awareness and a growing community that understands and willing to lend a hand to help those whom some part of society wants to isolate from.
Naturally, we will setup to guide and train and to show the doorway to the willing who wants to better themselves, yet, we fully understand that unless they take the first step to walk through it, our efforts will just be futile efforts.
🎯 | Vision & Mission
👁️ (i) Creating a community where opportunity abounds in (ii) showcasing mindset and leading by examples, this so that we can (iii) equip genuine overcomers with the needed skills, not so that they can have a easier life, but so that they are able to handle the situations when the shit hits the fence. ”
🚀 (a) create a sustainable business base, for our beneficiaries to (b) earn a living, while (c) gaining needed skills to build a resilience against life's challenges.
Here, let’s outline the different components of our mission, that each supports the vision. What we as an organization, and you can do is answered by the answers to these 4 questions:
What do we do?
“The mission statement should clearly outline the main purpose of the organization, and what we do.”
(a) equip our beneficiaies with the needed skills and mindset to handle their life challenges.
How do we do it?
“It should also mention how one plans on achieving the mission statement.”
(b) with a community of brothers, we encourage and showcase on how it can be done through our work together.
Whom do we do it for?
“The audience of the mission statement should be clearly stated within the mission statement.”
our beneficiaries ~ ex-offenders
What value are we bringing
“The benefits and values of the mission statement should be clearly outlined.”
we provide a habour for those whom society might not want to contact, let alone training and walking with them.
⚖️ | Core Values
“TCE Values” capture the beliefs that we have about how we should conduct ourselves. They help us onboard new brothers and show off our culture. They give us ideologies to rally around, and they guide us especially when we face adversity.”