Executive Search Best Practices: Selecting a Healthcare CEO
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Leadership transitions are inevitable in healthcare and related fields which have seen tremendous tumult in recent years. When the board of a hospital, health system, medical center or other organization determines that it needs to recruit a new chief executive officer, it must follow an established, proven recruiting process. Such a process increases the likelihood of selecting the right person for the job and lends credibility to the chosen candidate, providing an essential foundation for his or her tenure.

CEO Booklet Cover Image3Witt/Kieffer is pleased to announce the update of our classic best practices brochure, “Selecting the Right CEO.” Topics covered include:

  • Forming a search committee
  • Selecting a search firm
  • Conducting an organizational assessment
  • Selecting top candidates
  • Conducting interviews with candidates
  • Evaluating executive candidates
  • Extending an offer and negotiating terms of the executive’s contract

Recruiting a new healthcare CEO is as much about preparation and process as it is about ultimately selecting the right person.

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