Workshops led by A~MA members focus on topics such as:
Navigating the Search Process and Winning
Speeches and /or workshop on focusing your values, strengths, and experience to build your portfolio of search tools, such as the all-important cover letter, executive summary, CV or resume; managing the process, not having it manage you, and becoming the winning candidate so you decide to take the job, or not
Creating and Executing a Transition Plan
This workshop is designed to coach newly appointed presidents and senior administrators with “on-boarding” strategies (utilizing 3, 6, 9, and 12 month plans) to insure a long placement with the institution and successful achievement of that institutional mission and strategy.
Execution of a Successful Executive Search
This workshop prepares an institution for an efficient and successful search with insight into the tenants of successful search strategies, including confidentiality, timelines, deep institutional scrutiny to identify the current needs of the institution and its people, the writing of a clear position description, candidate enticement and identification, the interview / evaluation process.
Chairing and Leading a Search to a Successful Outcome
Executive search coaching for chairs of administrative and faculty searches
Women Navigating Change
This is a topic that can either be a keynote speech or a 3-6 hour workshop. Within a framework guided by the principle of Appreciative Inquiry, we deal with professional and personal planning, including a career mapping exercises and career advancement/change strategies.
Appreciative Inquiry to Enhance Your Personal and Professional Life
Speech to introduce and inspire folks to reframe working and personal relationships to achieve and new paradigms of productivity