February 2015 / Vol. 48, No. 7
Shaking up your career path with a transition to, or within, higher education? To remain on course, apply the advice of others who’ve been there. College and university leaders can help ease the culture shock and get the most from their new colleagues. Full Story »
Another Door Opens
When considering options for a fulfilling retirement, it’s never too early to begin creating your new network. Sometimes, it’s in your own backyard.
It’s All About That Momentum
The accounting year in review highlights recent work of the accounting standards boards. The GASB’s focus: deliberating fair value and other postemployment benefits, and seeking comments on fiduciary activities and leases. As for FASB, the board continues to work on changes to its not-for-profit reporting model, hoping to release soon a document for public comment.
In her examination of neurological correlations of personal temperament, Helen Fisher, research professor, author, and speaker, found that personality is not random. Deeply ingrained in genetics, human behavior and individual traits play a major role in dictating leadership approaches and styles.
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Welcome Aboard. Now What?
The onboarding process may be as important as the hire itself.