CommunicationManagement/Organization Studies, Leadership Development, Staff Support
When a district is running smoothly, it’s in large part because the faculty and staff are working harmoniously. Our facility communication services can help strengthen your leadership and keep your staff on the same page. Whether it’s additional support for internal messaging or strategizing your position on a community-scale, EH&A can lend our expertise in district-wide communication planning. We will work with you to personalize these services to meet your district’s specific facility communication needs and help you move forward united.
Management/Organization StudiesOur HR experts conduct classification and compensation studies for district administrators. You can use this information to your advantage in hiring and retaining the best and brightest staff and faculty in your area.
Leadership DevelopmentMany of our associates have served as school district leaders and know exactly what you are going through. Our first-hand experience is the ultimate resource for you; we can help you navigate difficult and delicate issues you face on a daily basis.
Staff SupportThe more we get to know your team, the more we can offer personalized support. We know that solutions aren’t one-size-fits-all, and because we have been in your shoes, we can lend support and offer advice that’s completely tailored to your staff.
Community EngagementAs a district, it’s important to have community support, especially when you need backing for construction projects and bond measures. Our team will help you carefully craft messaging and communication strategies to gain and keep community approval.
What you Need to Know About Development Impact Fees – Part Five Special Circumstances and Use of Fee
In part one of this multi-part series of articles, we discussed what to know and why to know about development impact fees. We discussed that development impact fees are NOT a tax but are, rather, one-time charges applied to developments. We discussed why we need these fees and for what