How schools can be more productive during faculty meetings

05/2/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Sometimes faculty meetings can be more frustrating than beneficial or informative, writes Naphtali Hoff, a former educator and current executive coach and consultant. In this blog post, he writes that by developing "action-oriented agendas that offer opportunity to talk, debate and vote, principals can transform their meetings from something just slightly better than a trip to the dentist's office to a truly engaging and beneficial experience."

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