On Being Presidential A Guide for College and University Leaders
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Although academic leadership has always been demanding, in recent decades it has become more so. As the cost of higher education escalates, so does the demand from parents and students for amenities and services. The economic downturn has required that presidents, vice presidents, and deans not only understand the academic enterprise but that they can lead successful strategic planning processes. These senior administrators are also expected to allocate and reallocate resources in a fiscally responsible way, sometimes laying off faculty and staff, eliminating programs and cutting departmental budgets, salaries, and benefits. Presidents are further expected to position the institution more…
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 12/16/2011
Size: 6.10" wide x 9.10" long x 1.00" tall
|About the author|
|Being an Effective President|
|Some Cautionary Tales|
|The President and the Board|
|The President and the Campus|
|Nothing Happens Until Money Happens|
|Crafting a Private Life in a Public Context|
|Letting Go and Leaving Gracefully|
|The Pleasures of the Presidency|
|Becoming an Effective President|
|The Future of the College Presidency|
|Back to the Beginning: The Search Process|