It's election season, and we get a lot of questions about voting and procedures. Here are answers to some of the most-asked questions about your group elections.
Steps to take now to ensure that the transition to a new board goes smoothly.
This editable parent group election ballot template prints two ballots per page for group president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary.
Prepare new officers for success by making sure they have the information and training they need.
Holding an election soon? Here are some important points to consider.
Making your officer elections virtual can help keep business moving along even if you can’t meet in person. (And yes, it's legal!)
All the know-how you need to be an effective and successful parent group leader, including tips for managing difficult people.
Tips for finding new leaders, even if folks aren’t stepping up.
Matching an open leadership position with the right person just got a little easier; check out these key roles and the talents and skills they call for.
The way in which officers move on from their leadership roles can affect the group even after they're gone. Make your transition a positive one.
Putting new board members in charge can go smoothly; avoid transition trauma with these lessons from people who have been there.
From meeting with past officers (twice) and the principal (often) to getting to know the rest of the board, here’s an overview of what’s next and our advice for getting off to a strong start.
Are you a newly elected PTO or PTA officer? Check out these resources for help in taking on your new role.
With good planning and communication, you can help ensure a quick and easy leadership transition.
Take these steps to ensure a smooth road ahead for incoming officers.
Working to create a cohesive board now can pay off in long-term success for your parent group.
Breaking your work into manageable chunks can help you have a successful year. Our checklist of tasks can make it easier.