Hi Marsha ~ My board is my current boss. I have been there for 9 years, and 3 years in capacity of ED. I was notified over the summer that I might not be a fit for the position. So a new job description was written and a metric for evaluation was put in place. These eval measures were discussed with the full board on Monday. Then on Wed I was notified that another 'assessment' was going to take place by 2 bod members sitting in on meetings of case mgmt. I asked them not to cross over the bounds of confidentiality with the clients. I was informed as my boss they will assert their authority in any area of the organization they want. Lots of questions, but how can they be held accountable? (There's much more but this is the latest.)
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