by Robbie Gringras A possible script. At synagogues throughout the world. Yom Kippur 2013. *delete where appropriate: [The Cantor clears his/her throat, and announces:] “Just before we/I sing Unetaneh Tokef, I wonder what associations arise when we think about Yom K … [Read more...] about At Synagogues Throughout the World – Yom Kippur 2013
Archives for July 2013
Over the past few months, a joint team from the Prime Minister's Office and The Jewish Agency's senior planning staff have worked to articulate a conceptual framework for the dramatic expansion of efforts to fortify young Jews’ connections to Israel. The framework, called The P … [Read more...] about Jewish Agency to Launch The Prime Minister’s Initiative; Budget – $300 million/year
Research suggests that thriving organizations achieve their goals by engaging the staff in meaningful feedback to monitor performance, holding people accountable, growing talent, and creating an atmosphere of respect and continued development. But knowing this and doing this are … [Read more...] about Can Your Organization Handle Feedback?
by Louis Bordman This was a day unlike any other in my 19 years with Eisner and Crane Lake Camps - in the most remarkable and beautiful way. For years, our camp community has heard me speak about Eisner and Crane Lake Camps as under a “bubble.” We want camp to be a safe spa … [Read more...] about Eisner and Crane Lake Camps Stand Up to Bullying
We need courageous, risk taking Jewish leadership, especially in communities with ridiculously low Jewish engagement and significant Jewish populations. by Jennie Starr Jewish collaboration requires a courtship to understand synergies and opportunities, overcome pitfalls, … [Read more...] about Healthy Jewish Collaboration, Courage, Creativity and Reciprocity