A Quandry at Work
So early next week we’re bringing in a candidate for the “headmaster” position. The staff is supposed to meet with him on Monday for an hour, and I’m debating the wisdom of asking him a question about the circumstances under which he’s interviewing for this position. Specifically, the timing for him to potentially be leaving his current position is a concern for me. I’m worried that, given the current circumstances, he might leave our school for even greener pastures at an inopportune time.
On the other hand, I don’t want to present our school, our staff, or myself in too confrontational a light by asking something that may be too forward, too skeptical, or too distrusting. I don’t want to run him off or tarnish the school’s reputation by giving him too hard a time over a situation I may be misunderstanding.
So, oh collective wisdom – what do you think? Comment, vote in the poll…you know how to get ahold of me.