How to lead a committee, including getting organized, finding the information you need, and engaging volunteers.
Give your committees a good name by making sure they have a clearly defined purpose, then empowering the members to achieve it.
Use this self-assessment checklist to decice whether to change or cancel a parent group event or project.
Try these tips to improve your committee work.
End-of-year review worksheet for PTO and PTA committee chairpeople—keep track of what went well, what went wrong, and what to tell the next chairperson.
Procedures, forms, tips, and other tools to help PTO and PTA committee chairpeople lead their committees effectively.
In-depth orientation guide to prepare new (or veteran) commmittee chairpeople for a great year.
Working in tandem doesn't have to be difficult. Following a few simple guidelines will help you reap the many benefits of having a partner.
Whiners, Know-It-Alls, and Steamrollers: Strategies to cope with even the most hard-to-take personalities.
To deal with criticism effectively, leave your emotions out of the conversation.
A formal orientation for committee leaders puts veterans and newcomers alike on equal footing, and gets everyone on the same page.
Helpful information and resources to create policies and procedures books for your leaders.