Becoming an effective leader in theological education -- whether as a president, dean, or board member -- usually requires intentional study and practice. Rarely does someone become a great leader through sheer instinct and natural talent. Rather, great leaders combine their natural gifts with the wisdom they gain from experts and real-world experiences.
If you feel like you could use some help in cultivating an effective leadership style, you may want to check out the resources below:
In addition to the resources above, the In Trust Center can connect you to many more resources for improving your leadership skills. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help.