The Advancement President and the Academy: Profiles in Institutional Leadership
Mary Kay Murphy
Oryx Press, 1997 - Education - 199 pages
This work highlights the importance of an advancement background for chief executive officers of colleges and universities. The editor has assembled a series of essays by successful college and university CEOs who clearly understand the importance of advancement to the effectiveness of their presidencies. These contributors candidly share what they have learned and the skills that helped them become successful leaders.
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