I have recently been transferred to be the principal of a college. I am tasked with lecturing as well as ensuring that the curriculum is quality assured and that financial management and procurement systems are in place.
My challenge is that I can’t find time enough to lead. When I came, I found nothing in place. I spend my days literally fighting fires and troubleshooting.
I need some structure so that I can have meaningful time to get to know my colleagues as well as the students. Please advise how to deal with the madness that is my work. Once I get a grip on things, this is going to be the most rewarding job for me. —New at the Helm
There is so much good advice for folks just getting started that it fills a section at the bookstore. But I am going to…
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