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The North Greenville University Board of Trustees has announced the formation of a Presidential Search Committee to nominate North Greenville's eighth president. The committee membership comprises trustees, a faculty member, undergraduate student, staff member, and alumnus. 

Please join in continuing to pray fervently for these and the entire NGU family as we continue this process.
 
Bill Tyler - Trustee - Chair of Search Committee
Travis Agnew -Trustee
Lee Capell -Trustee
David Charpia -Trustee
Ron Edwards -Trustee
Laura Messer -Trustee
Dr. Paul Thompson, Jr - Faculty Representative
Jody Jennings - Staff Representative
Richard McLawhorn - Alumni Representative
Emily Phillips - Student Representative
 
In addition, the board would like to affirm the blessing we have in our Interim President, Dr. Randall J. Pannell.  He continues to stand in the gap for North Greenville University and affords us the luxury of being diligent, but not making haste in filling this most important position permanently.
 

Dear NGU Staff,

I hope that all is going well as you are winding up your spring semester. My name is Bill Tyler and I am the vice chairman of North Greenville University's board of trustees and the chairman of the presidential search committee that has been assembled to seek out our next president. I believe that this one decision is going to be one that will help shape and define North Greenville University, possibly for the next 20 years.

As we prayerfully seek God's will, we believe that inviting numerous people within our university's community to speak into this search is extremely important. We have secured a national executive search firm to help guide us through this process. Carter Baldwin is the name of our firm and they will be on campus Monday, April 18 and Tuesday, April 19 holding town hall meetings for each constituency of the university.
 
Staff members of NGU are a very important piece of this process and we would like to hear from you. We have reserved two 60 minute sessions between the two days to make this possible. The session on Monday, April 18 will be held from 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. in Hamlin Recital Hall. The session on Tuesday, April 19 will be held from 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. in Hayes Ministry Center.

We would like to hear characteristics that you believe would be good for our next president to have. Jody Jennings was chosen as our search team staff representative. He will also be attending these sessions.
    
Thank you for being a part of this very monumental decision for North Greenville University.
 
 
Bill Tyler
Chairman
North Greenville University
Presidential Search Committee
 

Search Profile

 

As a key leader in the community and part of our strategic network, we wanted to reach out to make you aware of a senior level role for which we are searching.

We are excited to represent our client and welcome the chance to connect with you about this unique opportunity.

 

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Search Done Better™

 

CarterBaldwin has strong opinions about what makes a “better” search firm, and they’ve been extremely intentional about the following drivers:

 

Size

 

In executive search, firm size matters. Too big constricts the candidate pool because the search firm's clients are “off-limits.” Big also puts sales pressure on partners, focusing them on winning business vs. executing searches.

Too small undermines key infrastructure and “muscle” to put behind searches. A committed partner without sufficient research and recruiting support is a formula for missed client expectations.

We manage our firm’s size to make us better. While we’re in the top 1% of retained search firms by size, our partner team is focused on delivering great search outcomes, and they have the resources behind them to deliver the goods.

 

Team

 

Our team is comprised of experienced, focused search professionals who share our passion for being better. We give them a better environment, better support and a better opportunity.

Search done right is hard work, requiring hustle, inquisitiveness and a “never rest” mentality. People content with “good” don’t like it here.

We expect a lot from our team because our clients expect a lot from us. In return, we work hard to make CarterBaldwin a better place to work. We have a fun, collaborative, team-oriented yet heavily performance-driven culture. This yields better outcomes for our clients and candidates.

 

Process

 

We’ve built and honed an engineered search process that is unrivalled. Search is a people business, so there is plenty of “art” to what we do … But, we’re zealots about process and metrics. The result is a more predictable and reliable outcome for our clients and candidates.

We train hard and have a continuous improvement mentality. We measure everything and keep trying to beat our records on speed and quality.  We love competing with ourselves.

 

Approach with Candidates

 

In retained search the “product” is people … candidates. We constantly hear from candidates that they do not feel well treated or respected by many search firms. We have a different approach.  We believe candidates are both human and our core “product.”

A core value of our firm is to treat candidates the way we would want to be treated.  We work hard to communicate candidly, openly and honestly with candidates throughout and after a search.

Not surprising, a significant number of our new clients come from executives we treated well when they were candidates on one of our searches … even when they didn’t get the job. We consistently hear “you guys treated me better.”

 

Performance Retainer

 

We believe we win when our clients win. As such, we’ve adopted a performance-based retainer that requires us to hit key deliverable milestones before we receive our full fee (culminating in a successful executive hire). Most searches require fees to be paid long before the conclusion of the engagement. Not ours. It makes us better to have our financial success tied to our client’s success.

 

The Presidential Search Committee welcomes your comments, suggestions, and questions here.