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  • Negotiating With the Board in Mind ACSA New Superintendents’ Workshop January 28, 2014 Presented by: Presented by: Lozano Smith Ralph Po rras, Supe rinte nde nt, Pacific Gro ve Unifie d Scho o l District Lo u Lo zano , Esq .
  • What’ s the job? What are the Board’ s expectations? Change agent? Fix broken system? Maintenance? Stay on the continuum?
  • Know thyself What are your strengths? Patience Visionary Detail oriented Collaborative Strong leader
  • Which is better? B uild Your T eam You know them Loyalty Competence K now Your T eam They have the history They have the relationships
  • Factors: Who has the skills Board expectations Relations with union Leadership History Costs Political climate
  • The ideal: Keep all closed session discussions confidential Give direction regarding priorities Make decisions that in the end all support Present a united face in public Don’ t make public statements/promises Real World Questions: Should Board member(s) be at the table? What do you do when a board member leaks information? How do you handle a rogue board member?
  • THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING! QUESTIONS?
  • Disclaimer: These materials and all discussions of these materials are for instructional purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should contact your local counsel or an attorney at Lozano Smith. If you are interested in having other in-service programs presented, please contact clientservices@lozanosmith.com or call (559) 431-5600 Copyright © 2014 Lozano Smith All rights reserved. No portion of this work may be copied, or sold or used for any commercial advantage or private gain, nor any derivative work prepared there from, without the express prior written permission of Lozano Smith through its Managing Partner. The Managing Partner of Lozano Smith hereby grants permission to any client of Lozano Smith to whom Lozano Smith provides a copy to use such copy intact and solely for the internal purposes of such client.
  • Disclaimer: These materials and all discussions of these materials are for instructional purposes only and do not constitute legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should contact your local counsel or an attorney at Lozano Smith. If you are interested in having other in-service programs presented, please contact clientservices@lozanosmith.com or call (559) 431-5600 Copyright © 2014 Lozano Smith All rights reserved. No portion of this work may be copied, or sold or used for any commercial advantage or private gain, nor any derivative work prepared there from, without the express prior written permission of Lozano Smith through its Managing Partner. The Managing Partner of Lozano Smith hereby grants permission to any client of Lozano Smith to whom Lozano Smith provides a copy to use such copy intact and solely for the internal purposes of such client.