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(Q16SLCT2) where previous title was president (Q12PRVTL) was not statistically
significant. The frequencies for presidential selection process of those who were
previously presidents are shown in Table 14.
Previous Selection Process of Those Responding with Previous Presidencies
Previous Selection Process (Q16SLCT2) n %
Internal search using search committee 4 6.84
Internal search with selection by board 6 9.84
National search using professional search firm 22 36.07
National search using other types of consultants 5 8.20
National search using internal resources 19 31.15
Other 5 8.20
Non-responses = 3
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