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.
An interview process allows you and an organization to get to know each other. You’ll be talking about yourself a lot—more than many people are comfortable with. In addition to preparing yourself to present your best self, you should also give attention to the others who are a valuable part of the process. You will be required to sing your own praises, yet it shouldn’t be a solo, but a choir. Endorsements allow others to corroborate and elaborate on your skills and strengths.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought uncertainty to much of life, including career transitions. The Chronicle of Higher Education took a look at leadership changes and spoke to several individuals making a transition about the process and prospects. Read their experience here. As you consider your career options, insight from a seasoned professional can make all the difference. Call us to discuss your options today.
For many of us, our parents are the first authority figures we look up to. They introduce us to leadership lessons that will carry us through our lives and into our career. In honor of Father's Day, we reflect on three dads from American history and the lessons they have for leadership in the family and beyond: 1. Model achievement. John Adams was not only a father to six children, he was a founding father. A keen political philosopher, Adams believed in the difference one co
Cover letters have been the cornerstone of job searches for ages. As attention spans wane and digital platforms swell, have they become passé? The answer is a resounding “no!” Cover letters are about connection. They allow you to establish connection with the company and connect the dots between your skills and their job opening. They introduce you to the company, prime them to read your résumé strategically, and convey your values and culture. When you consider the amount of
The rise of COVID-19 suddenly shifted life online. This migration has caused an uptick in innovations. A number of things initially done out of necessity have proven to be sustainable practices that can improve the strategy and practices of colleges. Here are three of the trends that we hope will continue: 1. Virtual campus tour. Many students will consider your school. Fewer will invest the time and money to visit, particularly when there is distance involved. Allow all stud
A healthy network is a growing network. When an opportunity to connect with someone new presents itself, don’t hesitate to take it. When connecting with new individuals, your approach matters. The tone you strike and method you use can make the difference between an annoying cold-call that’s rebuffed and a valued new colleague. The most effective way to grow your network is through utilizing your current network. Consider your connections. Do you and the individual you are se
Assuming that our campuses will function in a relatively normal fashion in the fall, what sort of student life might we anticipate? Aside from the health precautions which might limit formal class meetings and student activities, our colleges will welcome a transformed student population. Whether they be returning or new, these students will have a new vision of life in America. Some will have been actively involved in protest activities and witnessed first-hand an American r
College presidents and senior administrators are actively planning for the reopening of campuses for Fall, 2020. With the future still uncertain, some are already thinking that they may not be able to open until January, 2021. Questions/concerns abound: - How will you achieve your 2020-21 enrollment goals? - How will you retain your current students?
- How will you balance your budgets … 2019-20 and 2020-21? - How will you deliver instruction in the post-Corona world? -