Month: January 2016

Painless Performance Review

Painless Performance Review

Let’s be honest, nobody likes performance reviews – neither the person being reviewed nor those conducting the review. Some have reported they would rather have a root canal than a performance review. The irony is that modern dentistry is now largely painless, but for many organizations little has changed in how performance reviews are conducted. … Continue reading Painless Performance Review

A New Year’s Resolution for School Trustees?

A New Year’s Resolution for School Trustees?

The December 30 National Post article below holds two key messages to which Boards of Education/School Boards should pay attention. The positive message is that local education governance is better than centralised control. The negative and more worrisome message is the continually recurring question about the relevance of school boards in general. The article takes some … Continue reading A New Year’s Resolution for School Trustees?