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Author Brown, Alice W. (Alice Williams), 1942- author

Title How boards lead small colleges / Alice Lee Williams Brown with Elizabeth Richmond Hayford
Published Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, [2019]
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Contents Characteristics of boards -- Selection of trustees -- Training and supporting trustees -- Basic responsibilities of trustees -- Hiring and supporting presidents -- Evaluating and possibly terminating the president -- Building institutional stability -- Being responsible to those outside the boardroom -- A critical element in making a small college great -- Steps to the future
Summary "This professional book (in the Higher Education Leadership Essentials series) encourages presidents of small liberal schools to consider new approaches to working with their boards and offers ideas to trustees about how they can elicit new thinking from their institution's president without interfering in internal operations. Combining theory with case studies, the book is aimed at administrators at colleges (whose boards may include alumni or community members) with operations and interests different from those of university administrators"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on February 19, 2019)
Subject College administrators -- United States.
College trustees -- United States.
Small colleges -- United States -- Administration.
Form Electronic book
Author Hayford, Elizabeth R., author
ISBN 1421428636 (electronic book)
9781421428635 (electronic book)