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It's a hard time in higher education. Like all businesses, universities and colleges are trying to continue their work under difficult conditions while retaining as much of their talented staff as possible. Unfortunately, many people have lost their jobs and those who continue to work in higher education are looking to assist them in the search for new roles. Consider these tips for meaningful support.
When browsing the job announcements for senior academic positions across the country, it's hard to miss the frequent call for a "visionary leader"-- not only for presidents and chancellor positions but oftentimes for deans. So, what exactly is a visionary leader? And how do you demonstrate that you meet this qualification and what are the bases for your assertion?