How to undermine your president
Board members may subtly be sabotaging their president's efforts, even if they're not trying.
A radical proposal, part 2: Let's learn to embrace new perspectives
A retired seminary president says that theological school should help students and faculty to be more connected members of an interconnected world.
Changing scenes
Recent news from the world of theological education.
Three models of board leadership
Different styles of board leadership can be appropriate for different circumstances, writes Rick Bliese, president of the In Trust Center for Theological Schools. Have you reflected on your board's style?
Cautionary tales for visionary presidents
A new book has solid advice but assumes that presidents are soloists, isolated from a trusted team
A review of Governance Reconsidered: How Boards, Presidents, Administrators, and Faculty Can Help Their Colleges Thrive, by Susan Resneck Pierce.

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Books 1 Articles
Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 5 Articles
Perspective 1 Articles
Viewpoint 1 Articles

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