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Wrong Answer: How Leaders Can Respond to Difficult Subjects
When confronted with extremely difficult questions, be thorough, honest, and realistic, writes Sheila Murphy.
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6 Qualities to Look for in a College President
Today's college presidents must have soft skills (but not too soft), a hunger for data, and agility, write Robin Mamlet and Sheila Murphy.
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Searching Without a Search Firm
Lucy Leske advises colleges and universities about the occasional situations in which they might wish to handle their own leadership recruitments.
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How to Make Your Organization More Diverse in 9 Steps
Paul Bohne shares insights with H&HN about how leaders can foster diversity in the top ranks and throughout their organizations.
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Emerging (and Sustainable) Healthcare Leadership Roles
As health systems consolidate and grow, new executive roles are cropping up. Here are some that have staying power, courtesy of Witt/Kieffer's Paul Bohne.
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The Abrupt CEO Turnover: Resist the Tyranny of the Now
The sudden departure of a CEO demands immediate action but also patience and planning for what's to come, writes Paul Bohne.
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Every Sin is a Public Sin
Dennis Barden considers the challenge of recruiting academic leaders in an era when candidates' past mistakes are frequently public knowledge.
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Recruitment Challenges Prompt Innovation in U.S. Hospitals
Andrew Chastain and other industry experts weigh in on talent management issues within healthcare for this new Economist Intelligence Unit report.
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Are You an Advancement VP of a Different Stripe?
Mercedes Vance and other advancement experts share insight into the fundraising skills that are needed for top leaders in the field today.
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Dr. David J. Cook: Leadership Is a Time to Learn
David J. Cook, MD, discusses the life and leadership challenges of opening a new major hospital in Shanghai.
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