Our Mission:To assist search clients in the process and attract candidates who are the perfect fit for each institution. Hyatt-Fennell works closely and diligently with every client to enhance the process and assure a successful search.
As a leader, you are constantly sending messages to your employees. Through your words, you can build them up and propel them to achieve great things; alternately, you can tear them down and sabotage their success. Gervase Bushe draws out the differences between good and bad authority. Bad authority is preoccupied with its own importance. Good authority is concerned with the good of others. Bushe delineated: Good Authority Seeks adoration and being the center of attention Se
A job search involves navigating a thousand tiny decisions. Making the wrong choice—even in something small—could cost you. Executive assistants are well versed in the job-search process, including what it takes to make it on to a job offer. Jim Pawlak offers excellent advice from an executive assistant’s perspective. One of the best tips: “Place your follow-up call 7–10 business days after you have sent your résumé. The worst days to call are Monday and Friday. The best time
Your résumé should not just be a list of jobs and companies, but a performance report for your career. When hiring managers read your résumé, they don’t want to see who you think you are, but who you’ve proved yourself to be. Make sure you clearly illustrate the asset you’d be to their company by including these four things: Active phrasing. Throughout your résumé, use active language and dynamic descriptions to further emphasize that you are a productive and engaged employee
Summer often brings an upset to regular routines. That change of schedule can be just the thing to shake you of a malaise and into some new, effective habits. Cultivate your network. Networking is an integral part of any successful career. It can easily be pushed to the margins—or neglected altogether—by pressing daily demands. One of the best ways to prioritize networking is to make it a regular part of your schedule. Attend a monthly breakfast for people in your industry. T
Trine University, an internationally recognized, private, co-educational, residential institution, is seeking applications for the Director position of the Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program. The Program Director is responsible for all aspects of program administration and planning. The Director will have the vision to lead this young, provisionally accredited program, and support the University's greater mission of preparing students to succeed, lead, and serve.
From reading programs at the local library to vacationers tucking books into their beach bags, summer reading lists abound. We have a few suggestions for books that aren’t just enjoyable reads, but will give you a leg-up in your career. Turn the Ship Around. Many of us face stressful work environments, but probably not as high-pressure as a nuclear-powered submarine. Navy Captain L. David Marquet shares the lessons he learned at sea and his methods for empowering everyone wit
Whether it’s a road trip or some relaxing time at the shore, summer brings with it some down-time that invites reflection. Through stepping back from your life, you can consider your path and progress. Spend some time thinking about your five-year plan with these three questions: What do I want? Before you can strategize about particulars, you need to see the broad perspective. What do you want in your career? How does that translate into the near future and long term? How ca
Interviewing is a high stress situation. You may feel that you have plenty to do to maintain your composure as a good candidate. You can benefit, however, from stepping beyond your role as an interviewee and consider the perspective of your interviewer. By considering their point of view—including their possible hesitations—you will present yourself as a stronger candidate. Here are three questions they have about you that you should anticipate: What do you bring to this role