The Admission Retreat: Re-Group, Re-Energize, Re-Focus

August 8, 2019

Janis Clark, B.Ed., M.Ed., Director of Enrolment, Collingwood School, BC, Canada In the day-to-day busyness of the admission office, where is the time for collegial, meaningful and uninterrupted discussion, debate and connectedness? When do you schedule time to share new research or dissect a specific issue? How does internal professional development occur, and who has the time or budget available to enable this? Discover how the Director of Enrollment at Canada’s largest independent coed day school structures their retreats to maximize engagement, promote sharing of ideas, and achieve positive outcomes for individual admission staff and the school.

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