Suprisingly few public colleges and universities in the United States require formal evaluations of upper level administrators. While the missions vary across private and public institutions, there is universal commonality in the need for ubiquitous health and wellness. Evaluating upper level administrators is an essential temperature checkpoint for higher education. An initial commitment to three basic tenets can prove a powerful launchpad for this essential process.
Here is a fantastic (and brief, 25-minute) podcast episode on the challenges and opportunities of racial diversity in academia—particularly its impact on tenure and promotion.