Leading vs. Managing - Insights into Personnel Mentorship

Leading vs. Managing - Insights into Personnel Mentorship

While it is important as a director of admission to spend time analyzing admission statistics, addressing demographic trends and forecasts, and fostering marketing initiatives, it is also imperative to be attentive to the people who work around you. As offices have grown markedly in size over the past 20 years, a greater amount of time and thought must be placed into defining the role and responsibilities of each member of the admission team. A well thought out personnel mentorship plan can significantly improve productivity and greatly enhance an admission office’s chance of achieving yearly enrollment objectives. Hear insights from three veteran admission leaders on the positive impact mentoring has had on the success of their own offices.

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