“They really should put the warnings before the spell.”
~Dr. Stephen Strange
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s recent 2-day hearing before congressional committees serves as a reminder to school administrators that students’ privacy also needs assurances of protection. School privacy issues need your attention as data about them, you, me – everyone – is within reach to more people than we may know.
As the school year is winding down and you’re getting a better picture of where you’ll probably stand for enrollment next year, are you getting worried that not enough new families are enrolling to make up for those graduating or leaving?
Do you have enough leads in your docket to give you confidence that you’ll be able to fill that gap before the school year starts up?
Imagine this scenario: You have planned to post once a day on Facebook this week.
On Monday morning, you log in to Facebook and navigate to your company’s Facebook Page. You spend some time crafting the perfect post and wait for the supposed best time to post. You read that 3 pm is a good time as people are taking a break from work and checking Facebook. So you wait…
At 2:55 pm, you go back to the browser tab that has been opened since 10 am. When the clock strikes 3 pm, you hit “Publish”. Woohoo!
And then you repeat that for the next four days.
The Ultimate Calendar Management Solution [Lead To Win Podcast]
Every leader manages a whirlwind of commitments, appointments, and deadlines. Sometimes it seems as if we’re one step behind. In this episode, we’ll show you the three basic tools that will enable you to manage your day. Plus, give practical tips on coordinating your calendar with an executive assistant.
Heard in the Facebook Group
QUESTION: Workflow management question: I’m in a newly created Director of Communications role (at a toddler-8th-day school) and creating all systems from scratch. I’d love to hear what you’re using for project/workflow management, and communications calendar planning. Thank you!