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Don’t Drop the Ball With Your References (It Happens All the Time)

4 March, 2019 Posted by John G. Self
From Chicago Take Aways Select a sufficient number of references to avoid wearing them out Be sure they can speak knowledgeably of your accomplishments  Ask your references for their insight on your weaknesses, strengths, etc. Use that information to craft your answers Alert your references before they are called. Brief them on the job Sometimes […] Read more»

CAREER TIP: Understanding the search firm rules

17 August, 2018 Posted by John G. Self

Recruiting Your Next CEO:  A Step-by-Step Guide for Rural and Community Hospitals

29 April, 2018 Posted by John G. Self
One of the most important jobs a governing board has is to appoint a Chief Executive Officer who, hopefully, is exceedingly competent and then let them do the job he or she was hired to do.   Some boards use outside search firms to advise them on recruitment and selection.   Most board members lack […] Read more»