The Inaugural Directorship: Advice and Support for New Directors or Those Aspiring to the Director’s Office - Presentation

The Inaugural Directorship: Advice and Support for New Directors or Those Aspiring to the Director’s Office - Presentation

With Benjamin Douglass, Director of Admissions, St. James School (MD) & Andrew T. Weller, Dean of Admissions, Ridley College (ON)

Hear from a brand new director, who just completed his first year in the director’s chair after six years in the profession, as well as from a veteran director with almost 20 years of experience. Learn what would have been good to know before you started. What are the possible rookie mistakes to avoid? How do you manage your relationship with your head and fellow administrators? How do you lead your office? Other topics include budget management, board relations, leadership styles, prioritizing, and managing expectations. Content will come from experience, as well as current research and writing in the areas of management, leadership, and enrollment.

 



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