great colleagues and families
Not a lot of opportunity for advancement
-great work environment
-getting to work with fun, intelligent people who help one another
-strong sense of community
-good communication among administration and teaching staff
-getting to teach hard-working, focused, and polite students
-frequent meetings (sometimes too frequent) on similar topics
-some students are excessively grade-driven (and less interested in learning the course material)
Advice to Management
-try to reduce the number and frequency of meetings, while keeping the strong sense of community that defines Winsor and makes it a great place to work.
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