It is well documented policy that current Board members have delegated their authority to the Superintendent for all district affairs. The email thread below illustrates the Superintendent not only exercising that authority, but also assuming responsibility for roles assigned to her executive staff. What’s going on?
Any manager, especially when faced with a crisis, may take actions considered to be neurotic. Issues arise when the manager’s compulsive efforts to gain control, perfection, or independence become a habitual pattern of response to every perceived threat – big or small. Such a managerial style creates a fearful and toxic work environment and is harmful to individuals and organizations alike.
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