Understanding, practicing, and excelling at shared governance can be a challenge for many theological schools. Various stakeholders within an institution can have different definitions of shared governance. Trust, transparency, and communication are key to the process of institutional decision-making.
Below are a few resources to help your institution define and discuss shared governance and ensure that everyone has a clear role in stewarding the institution.
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