Keystone Presidential Characteristics Survey

 
1. Please indicate your primary current relationship to the College.
2. If you have any additional relationships to the College please list.
3. What do you see as the key strengths of Keystone College?
4. Please describe what you see as the most important challenges the new President must address in the next five years.
5. Do you believe it is essential for the next President to have previous experience as the top administrator in a private college or university
6. Would an equivalent level of leadership experience in public higher education or similarly complex nonprofit organization be acceptable?
7. Would previous experience as a Vice President, Dean, Provost or other management position in a college or university qualify a candidate for this position?
8. Would an equivalent secondary level of leadership experience, such as department chair, in a similarly complex organization be acceptable?
9. A personal history of academic achievement/terminal degree.
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10. A history of successful business and financial management in a complex organization with a multi-million dollar budget.
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11. A history of success in staff and/or faculty leadership in a complex organization with a large and diverse personnel component.
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12. An understanding of, and history of success in, fundraising or resource development in support of an institution.
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13. Knowledge of and willingness to be involved in and affect local, state, and national legislative issues impacting higher education.
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14. A history of sound and collegial relationships with a higher education or nonprofit governing body.
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15. Experience in developing, implementing, and evaluating an institutional strategic plan.
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16. Understanding of and commitment to career education delivered in a community-oriented setting.
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17. Ability to develop and maintain community, inter-organizational, and other alliances and partnerships.
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18. Understanding of and passion for the specific mission of Keystone College.
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19. Visibility on campus and in the community and engagement with all constituencies of the College.
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20. Demonstrated skills in faculty relations.
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21. . Commitment to shared governance and a collegial and collaborative management style.
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22. Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills.
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23. Ability and willingness to serve effectively as the public face of the institution.
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24. Consensus building skills.
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25. Ability to provide visionary leadership.
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26. Special strengths in enrollment and retention.
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27. Special strengths in the top administrator’s role in fundraising.
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28. Special strengths in curriculum innovation or online education.
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29. Special strengths in personnel policy/contract negotiations.
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30. Special strengths in managing the accreditation process.
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31. Other
32. Comments
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