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Rebekah Burch Basinger says that a dashboard is a visual indicator of specific aspects of the institution's performance at a particular point in time -- a snapshot of how the school is doing. When creating a dashboard, the board should go to the strategic plan. The board should not ask the president or staff to create the dashboard -- the dashboard needs to come from the board itself. Usually the dashboard is color-coded. Green means everything is OK. Yellow means that the board should stop and look. Red means the school is in big trouble. A board doesn't want to see red -- the board should address problems before they get to the red stage.


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Upcoming Events

The In Trust Center hosts learning community spaces throughout the year. Check out our upcoming events below.

I See That Hand


Board members are typically recruited for their leadership, business acumen, and networks. Dr. Rebekah Basinger, project director of the In Trust Center’s Wise Stewards Initiative, will discuss how strategic questioning and interrogation skills are essential for effective board stewardship.

Strategic Partnerships in Higher Education


In this on-demand webinar, Rick Staisloff, senior partner of rpk GROUP, discusses essential aspects of strategic partnerships. This session delves into current trends, identification of partners, navigating the due diligence process, and common challenges.

Closing the Trust Gap


The current and very troubling condition of trust is a clarion call to action. But despite the dismal data showing pervasive organizational distrust, every organization can assess their current level of trust, learn and adopt a proven trust building framework, and then develop a meaningful and long-lasting plan of action. This webinar details the knowledge and practical next steps to strengthen workplace culture as a result of closing the trust gap.

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