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In Trust newsletter logo August 30, 2013

The board's responsibility for evaluating the president

cover imageWhen done right, presidential evaluation strengthens the partnership between board and president and sets the stage for enhanced performance.
By giving attention to the five principles detailed in this new guide, boards can approach presidential evaluation with confidence and competence, and presidents can approach it with serenity.

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Guide to developing your board handbook

Written by Governance Mentor Tracy Schier, this guide describes the nine sections essential to your own custom board handbook.

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Explore a top topic in seminary leadership

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Read more about other popular topics in theological school governance here.

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Sept. 10 at 1:00 PM EDT
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Join In Trust as we explore the roles and responsibilities of boards in theological education.

► What do new board members need to know and when?

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Governance Mentoring

Are you seeking board or presidential evaluation?
In Trust can help. We have the assessment tools and expert team to meet your needs.

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