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On Leaving Seminary Leadership Gracefully

The reality is that every institutional leader is temporary. But discerning the right time to leave requires careful attention to both the leader’s personal sense that the time has come, and the external reality and needs of the institution. The article “A Graceful Exit,” written by Heather Grennan Gary for In Trust magazine, offers perspectives from a range of seminary presidents on how to discern the moment and what to do once the decision has been made. In Trust magazine is a publication of the In Trust Center for Theological Schools, a nonprofit organization committed to strengthening boards and governance in North American theological schools.



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