Every day through email, RSS feeds and Facebook we receive newsletters, tips from friends, news articles and more. Keeping up in our continually evolving world is a big time investment, albeit one we feel strongly about. Today, we'd like to share a few paragraphs from a recent … [Read more...] about Transparency, Listening and Adaptability; Your Three Keys to Success
Rabbi David Forman writing in the Jerusalem Post: Counterpoint: Calling on the old Natan Sharansky Finally, we have a high-profile appointment that makes sense. Well - not quite. Since moving here, Sharansky has led a political party into oblivion. He has occupied one … [Read more...] about Sharansky: Is He Up to The Task
from Haaretz: Trip organizer opts out of Birthright, citing ideological constraints A rift involving the directors of Israel's leading program for Diaspora Jews has caused one of the project's main figures to quit this month. Instead of working with Birthright Israel, … [Read more...] about NewsBits: Sunday Morning Reading
Gary Rosenblatt writing in The Jewish Week: Can Silverman Fix UJC? Despite the attempts of close friends and colleagues to dissuade him from taking the UJC post, Silverman said he remains enthusiastic, though open-eyed to the problems, including a shrinking budget, low … [Read more...] about NewsBits: Jerry Silverman, Super Hero?
Dr. Jonathan Sarna in The London Jewish Chronicle: Communal life after the recession We need new ideas - and ideals - to meet radical change in the Jewish world So, what does the future hold? One week, we hear that intermarriage is going through the roof, and the next … [Read more...] about Two Opinions: The Jewish Future