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January 23, 2020

Governance Workshops at
NAIS Conference - Live and On Demand

This year's NAIS Annual Conference is being held in Philadelphia, PA, on February 27-28, 2020. Did you know there is a 'Governance' Track for conference sessions? If you go, the governance track sessions are listed below. NAIS also records some of its conference sessions (from all tracks) and makes those recordings available for online streaming for 1 year, or they can be provided on a flash drive for a fee of $149 or $199, respectively, for NAIS member schools. The governance sessions in bold are recorded sessions that would be included in these on-demand viewing options.

Thursday, February 27
Constituent Boards of Trustees: Faculty, Students, and Parents, Oh My!
ERM is Changing the Game: Values-Based Risk-Taking at the Pingry School
Your Strategic Plan: Visualizing, Operationalizing, and Reporting
Position, Population, and Sustainability or Net Tuition Revenue Is Not 'the Only Number That Matters'
Creating a Trusted Board Chair-Head Partnership to Lead Effective School Transformation
Strategic Board Design for a More Equitable Future
Building Bridges: Practical Tips for a Successful Head's Transition
From Strategic Planning to Strategic Foresight: A Leaner, More Flexible Process
The Board Chair-Head Partnership: Lessons Learned in Crisis
Benefits and Boundaries: Heads of School Serving on Other Schools' Boards
Blowing Up the Model: A New Paradigm for Small School Governance

Friday, February 28
Head of School Turnover: Insights and Implications from the NAIS-UPenn Research Collaborative
Leader to Leader: Building a Relationship at the Top
Financial Management for Developing and Enhancing a School's Endowments
Howdy, Partner: 10 Tips for a Successful Head-Board Chair Relationship
The Pathway to a Long-Standing Headship: Transformational Leadership
Culture is King: Setting up New Head Success
Interim Head of School: An Emerging Need for Independent Schools
Creating an Effective Support and Evaluation Process for a New Head of School

To read descriptions of these governance sessions, click on the link below and select 'governance track' from the dropdown menu of 'Tracks'

Weekly Chair Post written and compiled by
Bethany Di Napoli, ISCA Executive Director

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