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Personal Name: Jones-Kavalier, Barbara. Publication, Distribution, et. Washington, . Community College Press, (c)2008. Projected Publication Date: 0803. They present a model for more entrepreneurial, innovative, and strategic approaches to hiring" Provided by publisher. Personal Name: Flannigan, Suzanne L. Rubrics: Community college teachers Selection and appointment United States.
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Turn your hiring practices on end with this entertaining and inspiring book
This expert guide draws intriguing parallels between classic board games and card games and hiring practices-and creatively illustrates strategies applicable to both. Turn your hiring practices on end with this entertaining and inspiring book. Improve your chances at winning at the hiring game.
Improve your chances at winning at the hiring game.
3. Description this book This expert guide draws intriguing parallels between classic board games and card games and hiring practicesâ€,and creatively illustrates strategies applicable to both.
By (author) Barbara Jones-kavalier, By (author) Suzanne L. Format Paperback 211 pages.
Suzanne Flannigan is an experienced higher education professional and an associate faculty member in the School of Education and Technology. She is responsible for the development of the Leadership and Learning in Higher Education course, offered for the first time in spring 2015. Since 2015, she has also taught Organizational Communication and Culture in a Globalized World.
Suzanne L. With the average age of faculty members exceeding 55, it is expected that large numbers of community college faculty may retire at virtually the same time and in the near future (Gahn & Twombly, 2001, p. 260). Past and current practices represent somewhat amorphous processes with little internal consistency among various stages of decision-making.
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