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The Board Chair’s Role as Traffic Cop. Board Chair Handbook, pages 8-9. Folks look to you for direction They will respond to your direction Some things get through, others not (and why is this?). Board Development. Understanding the Culture of Your Board (current and desired)

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the board chair s role as traffic cop
The Board Chair’s Role as Traffic Cop

Board Chair Handbook, pages 8-9

  • Folks look to you for direction
  • They will respond to your direction
  • Some things get through, others not (and why is this?)
board development
Board Development
  • Understanding the Culture of Your Board (current and desired)
  • Right fit for the job
  • Recruitment (COT spreadsheet)
  • Orientation (align with goals)
  • Professional Development (invest)
getting the job done a real to do list
Getting the Job Done – A Real “To Do” List
  • Setting the Stage (see p13 for contrast)
    • Develop board goals (from board assessment survey)
    • Determine appropriate committee structure to meet goals
    • Committees take relevant goals and articulate committee goals and milestones
    • Board Calendar is created, with milestones
    • Board meeting reviews progress on goals
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Getting the Job Done – A Real “To Do” List
  • What the Conductor has on his/her stand
    • Use of the Strategic Agenda (McLaughlin)
    • Governance as Leadership (Chait)
    • “Problem Boards or Board Problem?” (Ryan, Chait, and Taylor)
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Getting the Job Done – A Real “To Do” List
  • Creating a Playbill
    • Board Communication Plan
      • Within board (email, meetings, 1:1s)
      • Within school community (newsletter, website, social media)
      • With your Head!
assessment
Assessment
  • Evaluation of Head
  • Board
  • Board Operations (Goals)
  • School (Strategic Plan)

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