2016-2017 Georgia PTA Leadership Resource Guide Released

Here is the latest Georgia PTA Leadership Resource Guide.

If you are a leader in Georgia PTA, you are expected to know the information in this resource guide. The actions and activities of past leaders have initiated changes within Georgia PTA that are long overdue. There is no room for the “this is how we always do it” mentality. Check out the new additions to the Leadership Resource Guide on Leadership Development & Training (page 29); Allegations and Disciplinary Actions (page 34); and Nonprofit Board Management (page 56).

If your local unit has not submitted the Incoming Officers for the 2016-17 PTA year, the form is on page 79 in this year’s guide.

Most of your answers will be found in this guide book. Leaders are readers.



“Don’t tell people how to do things, tell them what to do and let them surprise you with their results.” – George S. Patton