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Assessing the President’s Performance

A "How To" Guide for Trustees
August 1, 2006 by ACTA Download PDF

Assessing the president’s performance is one of the board’s primary responsibilities, and its importance is second only to selecting the president. While there is no one way to conduct an evaluation, the board should always retain control over the evaluation process. This guide shows you how.


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