Monthly Archives: April 2011
Yesterday I commented on an interesting blog written by Allison Vaillancourt, PhD., VP HR at the University of Arizona—-here is the link to her blog
Allison’s blog received over 50 comments from various professionals at universities ( primarily) involved with the search process. Dr Vaillancourt’s idea that it is perhaps time for a “Code of Conduct” for search committees to observe. This makes some real sense if for no other reason than to let committee chairs and members know that there are basic ground rules that will be productive for them to follow. Good rules, generally help everyone — and, of course, in a civil society no matter how great it might seem to think that ultimate freedom = no laws—that notion went out sometime before Hammurabi.
Please see article by Professor Gene Fant in today’s Chronicle of Higher Ed and my comment; good stuff.
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Here is an article written by an professor at Assumption College who directs their Honors Program—it is on the topic of Networking. Very nice job by Professor James Lang; hope you find it helpful.
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Keith D. Kulper, President KULPER & COMPANY, LLC Executive Search: Sharing what you know….: “Clients like to be sure that they will be working with the right executive search consulting firm before they decide to sign the contract an…”
Clients like to be sure that they will be working with the right executive search consulting firm before they decide to sign the contract and get started. We work hard to provide prospective clients with as much information as we can about the outcomes we achieve, our work flow process and how our current clients feel about working with us.
As an owner of my own executive search firm for close to 15 years, I am always working at developing my search practice. Deciding which areas to focus on is a key concern. Last year our advisory board suggested that I make our value prop clearer to our prospective clients, so with the help of a few great friends we came up with the tag line for KULPER & COMPANY….”Where Academia meets Corporate Innovation” .