Relationships: Your School’s Most Valuable Asset
A tremendous challenge for the business office is recognizing that the most valuable asset of a school is not on the balance sheet. The core value proposition for every independent school is developing and maintaining strong relationships – but how does the management team measure, support, and grow these vital connections?
In this one-day workshop, we will guide school leaders through a deeper understanding of strategies for building trust and engagement, including how they can progressively strengthen relationships with board members, the head of school, other administrators, faculty, and the broader community.
Topics will include:
- Sequence, Frequency, & Flow: Communication habits that support an engaged culture
- KPI’s for measuring relational assets
- Leadership habits that support greater trust
- Data strategies for accurately assessing and improving relationships
Who should attend:
- Business and Operations Officers
- HR Directors
- Heads of School
- Other Administration
Join us afterward for the 2019 MISBO Fall Conference!
Early Bird Rates: Now - August 31
- Members: $195
- Non-Members: $225
Regular Rates: September 1 - Workshop
- Members: $225
- Non-Members: $245
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|9:00 AM - 9:30 AM||Registration|
|9:30 AM - 2:30 PM||Workshop Sessions Lunch will be provided|
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Meet the Speaker
Scott E. Barron
Founder & Chief Executive Officer
School Growth, Inc.
Scott’s business success springs from a passion for education, technology, and entrepreneurship. Following advanced technology research at Princeton University, he started an early internet services company that was later merged and acquired by larger tech businesses. With an M.Ed from Johns Hopkins University, he spent 14 years as a school chief administrator, working with boards, faculty, parents, donors, and community stakeholders to create a culture of collaboration, data analysis, and innovation. He is the author of The Yabwi Tree, which encourages an entrepreneurial mindset for those aged 8 to 88. Upcoming books include Laws of the Grapevine and Consultative Business Officer.