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HC 491 week 2 assignment

Who is responsible for hiring and evaluating the ceo

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Who is responsible for hiring and evaluating the CEO. What is the potential for CEO  evaluation to be superficial and ineffective? What kind of information would the board collect  and use for the CEO evaluation? What are potential conflicts in the process? The utility board is responsible for hiring and evaluating the CEO. If the CEO gets involved with the board  there is a chance they could come up with something superficial. With the CEO evaluation the criteria would 
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be based on leadership, activities/processes, results/productivity, Competitive Position. The evaluation  process would be  1. Agree with the chief executive on his/her job responsibilities or job description. 2. Identify the board’s and the executive’s goals. 3. Agree on the process and criteria of the evaluation, jointly among the board/council members and then with the executive. 4. Encourage the executive to conduct a self-assessment on his/her attainment of previous goals and overall performance. 5. Assure board/council members reach consensus on the executive’s evaluation. 6. Meet with the executive to deliver the evaluation. 7. Identify needed follow-up information or corrective actions. 8. Agree with the chief executive on goals for future performance (priorities, goals, timetable). 4. Explain the role of medical staff leadership, and why should they be appointed by and  accountable to the governing board? What might happen if leadership selection was delegated  entirely to the medical staff? What might happen if the medical staff was ignored in appointing  leadership? What might happen if it were delegated to the executive?   They should be accountable to the governing board because they are making the final decisions and  see the day to day activities and give the direct orders to their staff. If everything were to be delegated to  the medical staff they would be overwhelmed and would not have enough time to focus on their direct  tasks. If the medical staff were ignored in appointing leadership there may be other issues inside the  workplace to follow. 
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