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“Presidential assessment is first and foremost about learning – by the head of the school, members of the board, and all who participate in the process. A thoughtfully conducted presidential assessment serves a twofold purpose: to provide opportunity for reflection on the performance of the entire organization (not just the individual), and to encourage a calibration of expectations and goals between the president and the board.”

In Trust Center’s The Board’s Responsibility for Evaluating the President


Question for Consideration:

How would you describe leadership assessment at your institution? Is it regular, faithful, and a contributor to learning and trust for all involved?


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