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Often, when it comes to interviewing, we feel as though we're meeting with a judge and jury who decides our fate. Instead, think of it as simply meeting with prospective co-workers who want to see what it might be like to work with you. You’re most likely to impress when you feel calm and like yourself. If you're able to get a sense of what the team may be thinking, it can calm your nerves and enable you to have this important conversation from a comfortable place.
If you haven’t interviewed for a position recently, you may not know when the information you are providing is worthwhile and when enough is enough. The last thing you want to do is ramble. So, how can a candidate keep the conversation balanced? The key is to prepare, listen, and watch. Prepare using the five guidelines outlined here, listen fully to each question, and watch your interviewer(s) and take cues from them.
Years ago, a vote of no confidence by the faculty almost certainly denoted a departure for senior leaders. Today, more leaders and governing boards are surviving these actions. You may be wondering how, but the more important question is how can institutions survive these votes and move forward? Steve Tyrell, who has faced two votes of no confidence at North Country Community College, says leaders must respond with self-control, courtesy, integrity, perseverance, and indomitable spirit.