Best Fit/Best Work: Finding and Retaining Excellent Employees and Volunteers

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  • Introduction: Museums Are Special and So Are We
  • by Steve Rooney, Deputy Director - Administration, International Center of Photography
  • A New Look at Retaining Employees: Your Most Valuable Collection
  • by Deborah Koen, Vice President, Career Development Services, Rochester
  • Best Fit, Best Work, by Betsy W. Harrison, President & CEO, Genesee Country Village & Museum
  • Volunteers as Museum Human Resources, by Patricia P. Sands, former Volunteer Administrator, South Street Seaport Museum
  • Executive Transition in Museum, by Anne Butterfield, Independent Museum Consultant
  • The Executive Search: From the Organization's Point of View, by Linda Sweet, Management Consultants for the Arts
  • The Executive Search: From the Applicant's Point of View, by Stuart A. Chase, S.A. Chase & Associates, Consultants
  • Resources

27 pp, paperback

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