The handbook is provided to Committee members at the outset of the assignment (review the Handbook’s Table of Contents). It provides the guidelines and benchmarks for each phase of the process, creating a transparent and positive working relationship between the Committee and search team.

 

 

To assist the Board in executing its process, the search team provides RH Perry’s Presidential Search Committee Handbook for Community Colleges to committee members at the outset of the assignment. The handbook provides the rationale and “how to” guidelines for each phase of the process and detailed expectations for the Board, enhancing a close working relationship between the committee and search team.

To assist the Board in executing its process, the search team provides RH Perry’s Senior Administrator Search Committee Handbook to the Board of Trustees and search committee members at the outset of the assignment. (Please review the Table of Contents) The handbook provides the rationale and “how to” guidelines for each phase of the process and detailed expectations for the Board, enhancing a close working relationship between the committee and search team.

The Issue of “OFF-LIMITS” In Presidential Search

The “OFF-LIMITS” issue is a widely misunderstood and dicey one in higher education search.

Going the Extra Mile in a Presidential Search

 

A home-campus visit can cast more light on such unknowns as fund-raising potential and the ever-elusive “leadership quotient”.

The Art & Science of Reference Checking

Verifying the bona fides of presidential candidates is at the core of due diligence, but some aspects of reference checking are best done by professionals.

Roadblocks on the Road to Diversity

Five presidential search experts respond to a trusteeship query on why there are not more females and minorities leading American colleges and universities today.

BRAVE NOISES:  Journal of a First-year College President

EVER WONDER WHAT IT’S LIKE TO BE A COLLEGE PRESIDENT? Described as one of the toughest jobs in America, Roger Martin, former Harvard dean, writes about the triumphs and disappointments, defeats and victories of his first year as the president of a small liberal arts college in the Northeast.

How To Answer A Headhunter’s Call

This book provides time-tested advice on career choice, change and advancement for men and women of all ages. It also serves as a guide for human resources directors in selecting and working effectively with executive search consultants.