By David Bernstein In mid-March, when Jewish professionals, along with most “non-essential” humanity, started working from home, I thought to myself: “Who needs an office anyways?” I’ve since talked to numerous other Jewish professionals in a very unscientific survey, and th … [Read more...] about Do Jewish Organizations Still Need Offices?
Managing Your Nonprofit
By Nanette Fridman Events and galas have been cancelled and postponed. Original spring appeals were pulled. Nonetheless, over the last three months, I (and many other fundraising experts) have encouraged nonprofits to continue to communicate with their donors and to keep … [Read more...] about All Fundraisers Should be Having Legacy Worthy Conversations during COVID-19
By Dr. Hal M. Lewis In the months since the Coronavirus made its unwelcome appearance on our shores, we have witnessed a plethora of articles designed to teach about leading in extremis. Several of these have focused specifically upon the performance of women leaders in … [Read more...] about What Should We Be Learning From the Research on Women as Crisis Leaders?
By Catherine Bell and Amy Born
We’ve been eagerly following the latest writing about the changing nature of the workplace and how the eventual “return to the office” will impact organizational culture and individual workers. What have we found? The focus seems to be mostly abou … [Read more...] about Beyond the Face Mask:
A Focus on the Whole Person and Whole Organization When Returning to the Office
By Batya Kopelowitz I love numbers. I love how universal they are. One plus one equals two no matter where in the world you are. I love that numbers give us a shared language, no matter what language you speak. After earning an undergraduate degree in business, I entered … [Read more...] about Who Cares About the Numbers!