The New Normal: More Interim Presidents

Article by Dr. Bryan Carlson & Amy Miller ~ This article was originally published in HigherEdJobs in October 2020, and is featured here for our members who may not have seen it. In this article, Bryan and Amy reflect on the factors contributing to shorter presidential tenures and identify trends for what future presidencies may look like.

How Interims Are Transforming Higher Education Leadership

Article by Dr. Jim Martin and Galen Hench ~ This article was originally published in HigherEdJobs in June 2020, and is featured here for our members who may not have seen it. In this article, Jim and Galen discuss how the perspective of outside interim leadership has changed, what institutions should expect of an outside interim, and the value of veteran leaders during the ongoing pandemic.

How To Be Effective As An Interim During COVID-19

Article by Curtis Short ~ In this article, Curt reflects generally on his experience as an interim serving during the pandemic. At the time placement interviews took place, the impact of the Virus was just becoming clear. Though Curt anticipated a unique work environment of some kind, he did not anticipate that his first Registry assignment would be entirely remote.

Three Tips for Advancement Leadership Success During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Article by Carla Willis ~ Carla Willis currently serves as the Interim Vice President for Advancement & Communication at Saint Leo University, a position she has held since Summer 2019. In this article, Carla shares her advice on how interim leaders can keep their teams aligned to institutional goals in the face of COVID-19 and more.