Inclusivity. The planning process will engage all members of the Community Colleges of Spokane, affording all the opportunity to provide input and feel vested in the outcome.
Transparency (communication). Sharing information and timely updates in addition to providing opportunities to engage directly in the process.
Taking a broad (versus local, parochial) view. Determining goals and setting priorities based on what’s deemed best for CCS as a whole rather than what’s best for oneself, an individual program, an individual department, or an individual division.
Consensus decision making. Not every decision will be 100% supported by 100% of participants at the table.
Respect. Respect for shared governance, for differing viewpoints, for the process, and for confidentiality.
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