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Management Evaluation Articles
ANNUAL EVALUATION OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Because the executive director is so central to the success or failure of the agency, evaluation of the executive director by the board is an important component of the board's responsibilities. But too often evaluations (and job descriptions) are undertaken only when the board has become unhappy with their chief executive. An annual, written evaluation both documents the executive director's achievements and shortcomings, and helps the executive director understand areas for improvement or where the board is insufficiently informed. Typically, a committee of the board (often the board officers) leads the evaluation process, reports on the evaluation to the entire board, and recommends salary for the next year.
EVALUATING MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES
Once. a Board of Directors understand the relationship between the Cooperative’s legal documents, (By—Laws, Regulatory Agreement, and the Occupancy Agreement), and the Management contact the Board can develop a system of evaluating Management’s performance. One way is by “Evaluating Management by Objectives.
Sexual Harassment & Employment - HELP FOR COOPERATIVE AND MANAGING AGENTS
Sexual harassment is an issue which every housing cooperative or managing agent should have a basic familiarity. As an employer, the cooperative or managing agent is obliged to refrain from discrimination on the basis of sex in their employment relationships. This article briefly discusses the evolving state of sexual harassment law.
APPENDIX A: MANAGEMENT SURVEY
The most important step in improving your association's management is often simply asking the right questions. Before changing your management techniques, take a few minutes to be sure you understand the entire issue. For instance, you may plan to hire a lawyer to resolve your rent collection problems, but the real source of the trouble may lie in your lack of a written rent policy, or poor communication with tenants in arrears. This management survey enables you to ask all the right questions before deciding on a strategy to improve your association's management