By Sandy Cardin and Gali Cooks The nonprofit world is in the midst of several simultaneous seismic shifts, three of which are the current massive intergenerational transfer of wealth, the push for gender equality and the large number of impending leadership transitions. … [Read more...] about Take an Inside Look at CEO Transitions in Major Jewish Organizations
By Mandi Miller As a veteran development professional working in a Jewish Day School, I can attest to the fact that so much has changed in the field of Day School development over the past fifteen years. Having served as the Development Director at Beth Tfiloh Dahan … [Read more...] about Your Future Head of School Might be Right Down the Hall
As part of the Jim Joseph Foundation’s investment in Leadership Development through ten grants following an open request for proposals, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is conducting a cross-portfolio research study to understand common outcomes, themes, a … [Read more...] about A Path Forward in Jewish Leadership Development
By Mimi Kravetz Four years ago this week, I began my role as the first Chief Talent Officer at Hillel International by visiting Hillel Institute, our onboarding program for new Hillel professionals. There, I kicked off a listening tour of Hillel professionals that allowed me … [Read more...] about What Hillel Learned from Investing in Talent
By Betsy Stone, Ph.D. Many years ago, I volunteered for an organization I hoped someday to lead. I saw it as an opportunity to create lasting change, to bring the organization into a kinder future. I thought I had the skills to achieve this goal. So it came as a painful shock … [Read more...] about Do We Really Need More Leaders?