Book Title: Improving Staffing Practices in Student Affairs
Author: Roger B. Winston Jr.
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Most of us are not born good supervisors. Winston and Creamer's book gives us a comprehensive framework for thinking about and reexamining our staffing practices. It is an excellent tool for the novice and the veteran.
?Elizabeth M. Nuss, vice president and dean of students, Coucher College
This book presents the state-of-the-art of staffing practices in student affairs and provides practical recommAndations for improvement. It is filled with illustrative examples, helpful case studies, and down-to-earth suggestions that offer an integrated approach to the selection, orientation, supervision, development, and evaluation of staff.