Board Leadership

Board Leadership

The role of a board is to lead—to formulate and clarify mission and policies, raise, oversee and manage funds, hire, supervise, support and collaborate with the head, all through the lens of Jewish wisdom. This issue provides guidance for day schools to find the right leaders to serve on the board, and to strengthen their leadership while they are serving.

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HaYidion Board Leadership Winter 2007

Articles From This Issue

  • Non-Jewish Board Members
    Dr. Barbara Davis
  • Transition and Stability: The Day School and the Interim Head
    Rita Cortes
  • The Importance of a Board Retreat
    Suzanne Lynch
  • Why Boards Don’t Govern
    CompassPoint Non-profit Services
  • Partners in Leadership
    Marcy Balogh and Cheryl Finkel
  • A Word from the Editor
    Dr. Barbara Davis
  • From the Desk of Susan Weintrob, RAVSAK President
    Susan Weintrob
  • Work, Wisdom, and Wealth: Creating New Opportunities for Board Members
    Dr. Janice Johnson
  • Cultivating and Recruiting New Board Leadership
    Arnee Winshall
  • Managing Low-Performing Board Members
    Dr. Marc N. Kramer
  • Support for the Head = Support for the School
    Judy Miller
  • Getting the Right People “on Board”
    Mary Hundley deKuyper
  • Managing Transition – The Role of the School Board
    Paul Shaviv