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Working with Problem Faculty


Working with Problem Faculty

A Six-Step Guide for Department Chairs
1. Aufl.

von: R. Kent Crookston

36,99 €

Verlag: Jossey-Bass
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 30.07.2012
ISBN/EAN: 9781118285015
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 240

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Working with Problem Faculty When asked to name their number one concern and problem, department leaders overwhelmingly said that it was dealing with difficult people. Now R. Kent Crookston draws on the wisdom of seasoned department chairs, the academic literature, and his own experience as a department head and dean to shed new light on this perennial problem. Working with Problem Faculty outlines a practical six-step process that aims at improving an entire department and charts a clear course for dealing with problem faculty by Clarifying values and expectations Following policy Building trust with colleagues Evaluating yourself and your perceptions Listening Taking appropriate action By following these six steps, department chairs are able to challenge problem faculty with consideration, confidence, and effectiveness. "Anyone seeking practical help in dealing with difficult people will appreciate this book. Using relevant examples, Crookston describes a six-step process for managing people who might appear to be unmanageable." —Mary Lou Higgerson, vice president for academic affairs emeritus, Baldwin Wallace University "Crookston has done his homework. After careful research and decades of personal experience Dr. Crookston shares a practical, insightful, and crucial handbook for addressing the most formidable challenge all leaders face. And best of all, he doesn't just advise on how to act when things go wrong, he gives proactive guidance to ensure that things go right." —Joseph Grenny, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Change Anything and Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High
Problem Faculty: The Number One Concern of America’s Academic Chairs 1 Part One The Six Steps 1. Step 1: Clarify Values and Expectations 11 2. Step 2: Follow Policy 27 3. Step 3: Build Trust with Colleagues 37 4. Step 4: Evaluate Yourself and Your Perceptions 53 5. Step 5: Listen 69 6. Step 6: Take Effective Action 87 Part Two Tough Questions 7. What About the Chronic Poor Performer? 113 8. What About the Passive-Aggressive Colleague? 121 9. What About Bullies? 131 10. What About the Problem Characters Who Emerge During Times of Change? 149 11. What About the Psychologically Impaired? 163 Carolyn Oxenford and Sally Kuhlenschmidt Conclusion 191 Appendix A Sample Vision and Mission Statement 193 Appendix B Sample No-Bullying Policy 199 Appendix C Faculty Behaviors That May Suggest a Mental Health Problem 203 Acknowledgments 211 The Author 213 Index 215
R. Kent Crookston is the director of the Academic Administrative Support Program at the Brigham Young University Faculty Center. In addition to researching academic administration, he currently researches and teaches effective decision-making.
Working with Problem Faculty When asked to name their number one concern and problem, department leaders overwhelmingly said that it was dealing with difficult people. Now R. Kent Crookston draws on the wisdom of seasoned department chairs, the academic literature, and his own experience as a department head and dean to shed new light on this perennial problem. Working with Problem Faculty outlines a practical six-step process that aims at improving an entire department and charts a clear course for dealing with problem faculty by Clarifying values and expectations Following policy Building trust with colleagues Evaluating yourself and your perceptions Listening Taking appropriate action By following these six steps, department chairs are able to challenge problem faculty with consideration, confidence, and effectiveness. "Anyone seeking practical help in dealing with difficult people will appreciate this book. Using relevant examples, Crookston describes a six-step process for managing people who might appear to be unmanageable." —Mary Lou Higgerson, vice president for academic affairs emeritus, Baldwin Wallace University "Crookston has done his homework. After careful research and decades of personal experience Dr. Crookston shares a practical, insightful, and crucial handbook for addressing the most formidable challenge all leaders face. And best of all, he doesn't just advise on how to act when things go wrong, he gives proactive guidance to ensure that things go right." —Joseph Grenny, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Change Anything and Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes are High

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