Following the chain of command, by empowering others, prevents the “lanterns and axes” from entering into the board meeting. Effective superintendent and board relationships begins with the expectation that problems are solved at the lowest level in the organization as possible. Following the chain of command empowers employees and parents to work collaboratively for the benefit of our students. Learn more by attending the session on Developing a High-Performance Superintendent/Board Leadership Team.
Sister Circles and Lyft
I started my final day of the NCE in a session focused on empowering women