Academic Affairs Separation

Almost every academic leader will have to successfully work through an experience that leads to considering separation of some member from the Academic Affairs team. The reasons for separation may be rooted in performance, lack of teamwork, actions and decisions inconsistent with the mission, lack of student-centeredness, changes in institutional direction, or better protection of the productivity of other members of the Academic Affairs team, among other considerations.

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