Iconic Olympic Academy Approved by  : Uttar Pradesh Olympic Association (UPOA) - UPOA Affiliated to Indian Olympic Association Affiliated to : INDIAN SPORTS AEROBIC & FITNESS FEDRATION (ISAFF) - ISAFF Affiliated to Asian AEROBIC FEDRATION(AFF) - International SPORTS AEROBIC & FITNESS FEDRATION

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Vision & Values

Vision & Values

In order to achieve our organization’s mission, Iconic Olympic Games Academy is guided by the following core values

01

Teamwork

We believe in working as a group to achieve a common goal throughout the organization, from the Director level to our athletes.

02

Respect & Diversity

We have a high regard for truth, play according to the rules, strive to act in ethical ways and are sincere in our actions.

03

Integrity

We respect ourselves and each other while encouraging and embracing our diversity

04

Commitment

We are committed to the community we serve and we will work hard to achieve our goals and objectives, with an Inclination to serve and enhance the sports facilities & encourage the talents for a better future.

The academy is directed by the renowned Grand Master Mr. Syed Rafat Zubair Rizvi and a team of Professionals, with a crystal clear vision to bring a dynamic change in Sports & Fitness.

"Together building the powerbase for sustainable Fitness & sports development and Talent Nurturing."

IOGA's vision was developed to align itself with the fast developing sports industry.

We have a responsibility to the country to ensure that sustainable development of Youth or Sportsmen becomes a reality. It plays a major role in accelerating growth of sport in the community by providing high-quality sporting expertise to satisfy the needs of the country.

Values of IOGA

Values are our strength which define our identity as an organization. They also define the operating qualities used to improve performance. Values should nurture and enrich us. To make values come alive, we need to shape value statements that guide behavior. We must study how each value relates to our everyday work.

The link between culture and values?

Culture can be defined as "The way we do things around here". Culture exists at various levels. The outer layer consists of the image - the buildings, the decor and the people - the first things people hear, see or feel when they enter or deal with the organization.

The second level of culture includes our values, strategies and goals. The deepest level of culture includes the values, beliefs and assumptions of the leaders and founders. Values are therefore a core element of culture.