How to recruit and support an inclusive administration
There is a widespread belief that diversity in leadership furthers colleges’ missions, particularly as they serve increasing numbers of low-income and underrepresented minority students.
This issue brief will examine whether colleges are meeting goals they set following the George Floyd murder; best practices regarding mentorship; personnel pipeline issues; inherent-bias training; and what lessons might be learned from colleges that have large numbers of minority administrators, such as HBCUs and some two-year colleges. We’ll also look at the role of trustees in diversity efforts, along with equity audits, benchmarking, and other tools colleges are using.
Purchase your copy of the report to learn:
- How colleges are using training programs, mentorships, and job shadowing to recruit the next generation of college administrators
- How to make sure your college’s training and recruitment policies are inclusive, bias-free, and supportive
- Why many institutions are looking internally to “grow their own” administrative ranks, and how they’re doing it
- Why strong retention policies are just as important as recruitment policies, and how colleges can improve retention
Date: June 2022
Digital file size: 3.9 MB
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