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The primary purposes of the review of chief administrative officers are to enhance leadership effectiveness and provide accountability in ensuring fidelity to the University’s vision, mission, and values. In addition to leadership enhancement, the review of CAOs serve to:

  • Promote a climate of cooperation among faculty and staff employees and their respective administrative offices;

  • Maximize effectiveness of the unit’s execution of its responsibilities; and

  • Provide feedback for performance assessment and continuous improvement.

Three types of review shall be used to assess leadership performance: Annual, Formative, and Summative (AR 3-16) . The Office of Strategic Planning and Institutional Effectiveness supports both Formative and Summative Reviews.