Collegiality meaning

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The definition of collegiality is the shared authority between two or more people who work together.

An example of collegiality is a group of teachers sharing the responsibility of student discipline.

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Shared power and authority vested among colleagues.
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The doctrine that bishops collectively share collegiate power.
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The sharing of authority among colleagues.
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The principle that authority is shared by the pope and the bishops.
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Considerate and respectful conduct among colleagues or an atmosphere, relationship, etc. characterized by this.
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Power and authority that is shared among peers, especially the sharing of collegiate power among Roman Catholic bishops.
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Origin of collegiality