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Self-assessing your organization—why it matters

North American schools of theology can benefit greatly from regular self-assessment. Schools accredited by the Association of Theological Schools are expected to do so. When boards attend to their own performance, their institutions benefit from better governance, clarified expectations, enhanced esteem for the board and a rising climate of self-expectation throughout the institution, according to Rebekah Burch Basinger, a governance mentor at In Trust, a member organization that works to strengthen boards and governance in North American theological schools. She explains the importance of institutional self-assessment in a two-part article published in the organization’s magazine, In Trust.

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