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Black Friday is a day devoted to shopping, whether that means hunting for door-buster deals or opting for online bargains. Many people approach Black Friday with a strategic eye, carefully plotting their purchases in light of their holiday gift needs—and personal wants. A seasoned holiday shopper knows the value of a plan for a successful acquisition. If you’re in the market for a new employee, here are three tips to help you find a perfect fit: Expand your pool. Black Friday
Thanksgiving is a welcome opportunity to reflect on the many gifts we have been given. Our team at Hyatt-Fennell Executive Search counts it an honor to collaborate with you and see your impact in higher education. Your advocacy for education and investment in the next generation continually inspires us. This Thanksgiving, we extend our warmest wishes for delicious meals, meaningful time with loved ones, and bright hopes for the future.
As discussions about COVID-19 have multiplied, one persistent theme has been a mistrust of experts. Whether it’s a personality on cable news or in a friend’s Facebook feed, the question crops up: do experts really know what they are talking about? Dr. Marylouise Fennell, RSM, from our team was recently featured in eCampus News discussing this topic and the implications for higher ed. Dr. Fennell writes, “Proper methodology, scientific inquiry, and rigorous evaluation are foun
Everyone wants to make a positive impression in an interview. Unfortunately, the desire to do so can cause some candidates to embellish and exaggerate their qualifications. The importance of truthfulness is accentuated as professionals in Higher Education. We teach it to our students, and we must seek it from our job candidates. We have three tips for discerning if candidates are exhibiting interview jitters or flat-out falsehoods. 1. Ask for specifics. Whether you are wonder
Mount Aloysius College seeks nominations and applications for the position of Major Gifts Officer (MGO). Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the Major Gifts Officer will develop long-term philanthropic relationships with an assigned group of donors and prospects (using the Moves Management system), with the ultimate goal being to solicit these individuals for a major gift to the College. The Major Gift Officer will be responsible for identification
Finding a new position is challenging and tiring. In an article in The Harvard Business Review, Juliet Funt points out that this stress can have long-lasting career consequences: “Too often, job seekers get caught up in the anxiety of the hunt and forget to nurture their spark. They forget to take a minute to think, or to breathe, reflect and recover from the stress of finding meaningful work. Without space, the mental stamina involved in this type of search can be overwhelmi