A good culture starts at the top — with the school board. Yet how does a board create a positive, productive culture and model it for the entire district?
The key is coming to meetings prepared to engage, actively listen and lead with empathy. Board members need to get the most from their limited time at meetings. It's critical they equip themselves to communicate effectively and support the entire board in making the right decisions.
By fostering this respectful, collaborative culture, the entire board can be better informed, develop creative solutions and stay on-mission. This infographic explores eight best practices for creating a positive board culture, including:
- Preparing well
- Handling disagreements
- Using effective listening techniques
- And more
Download this informative infographic today.