Five things that search committees can do to move more women and people of color forward in the executive-hiring process.
The initial meeting of candidate and committee can be awkward and even misleading, but it doesn’t have to be.
More than ever, campus leaders are struggling with a long list of crises facing higher education.
The disparity in how institutions have treated staff versus faculty members during the pandemic reflects a long-term inequity in employee benefits.
Unlike professors and administrators, staff members have few-to-no options for moving up.
How to navigate a difficult decision.
The old ways of running administrative searches haven’t exactly produced the diverse pool of leaders that higher education claims to want.
A look at the pros and cons of jumping from an institution that appears to be a sinking ship, given all that is happening in higher-education land.
How a virtual search process can lead to better, more equitable hiring.
Covid-19 means this fall is unlike any other in academe, and so is the experience of settling into a new leadership position
Overwhelm professors with too much institutional data and you cause confusion. But giving too little only sparks suspicion.
Administrators do not make a practice of ensuring that faculty and staff members grasp the details of campus finances, but they should