Over the past 18 months, NBOA conducted extensive research on independent school compensation models to support schools in innovating their largest and most important area of investment – the faculty and staff delivering the school’s mission every day. This in-depth pre-conference seminar will offer attendees insights into the outcomes of this study from researchers and subject-matter experts in independent school leadership, finance and human resources. Participants will engage in a discussion of the findings and explore real case studies as they seek to establish priorities, leverage opportunities and address challenges related to compensation and benefits. The seminar will offer techniques for schools to identify the elements of a compensation system that will best advance their mission and align with strategic goals. Takeaways from the program will support schools with change management in developing and carrying out a plan to implement innovative compensation practices. NBOA’s mission-anchored compensation study was made possible with generous support from the E.E. Ford Foundation.
- Participants will examine common as well as innovative compensation and benefits practices in schools
- Participants will discover the important factors to consider when developing, implementing, and evolving a compensation system for their schools
- Participants will learn about specific challenges and benefits associated with different compensation systems
- Participants will learn best practices for leading compensation system implementation and related change management
Sunday, February 25
Check-In: 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Program: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
This pre-conference workshop is at capacity. Please contact email@example.com to be added to the wait list. Alternatively, please consider participating in the online version of the workshop, Designing and Implementing a Mission-Anchored Compensation System, taking place on March 7 or May 8.