September 5, 2022 The May-June 2017 issue of the Harvard Business Review (HBR) contained an interesting article entitled “What Sets Successful CEOs Apart.” As a consultant to independent schools for
August 31, 2022 “The art of communication is the language of leadership” James Humes In 1993, Don Norman was working at Apple and decided to streamline language for his team.
TIME, TALENT, AND TREASURE. These traits have long been the guidelines for creating an outstanding Board of Trustees. But unless a Board Chair is given the opportunity to create a
This is the second time in less than 12 months that we have surveyed Heads of School in our network: in July of last year we had 75 Heads responding
Ozymandias There is a fast-developing problem for independent schools. It is more systemic than alleged racism and more disruptive than pandemic-induced protocols. Independent schools are becoming ungovernable. A 1970’s Management
The Extrinsic In Part 1 of this series, we focused on how the 50-year NAIS governance experiment around mission failed to build constituency alignment. The resulting landscape is one of
This is the first in a series of articles written by either Ray Ravaglia or Sanje Ratnavale in which topics of disruption and mission will be explored in the broader
One of the reasons I have spent 35 years serving independent schools is the joy I receive from meeting trustees who devote their time, treasure, and talent to the schools