from The Jewish Week: Filling The Leadership Void: A Proposal A 2009 study by the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies predicts that during the next decade 65 percent of mid-and upper-level management of Jewish organizations will retire and their replacements will … [Read more...] about Creating an Expectation of Excellence
From Generation to Generation an opinion piece by David Sax Last week, my father was looking for help. He’d recently teamed up with an Israeli nonprofit serving the mentally disabled, and wanted to recruit younger Jews to head up outreach in Canada. So naturally, he came to h … [Read more...] about Connecting to the Next Generation, Continually
Rabbi Searches Are Tough, but Are They Illegal? an opinion piece by Barak D. Richman As a member of my synagogue’s rabbi search committee, I was deeply troubled to learn of the rules imposed by the Rabbinical Assembly, the Conservative movement’s governing rabbinical body, on … [Read more...] about Do Rabbi Searches Violate U.S. Law?
Time for a new Jewish conversation by Tzipi Livni Like any good family, the Jewish people have shown time and again how we can unite in times of crisis. When Israel faced its enemies on the battlefield or when Jewish communities abroad have been threatened, we have come … [Read more...] about Livni: We Need to Dialogue with Diaspora
Change is afoot in the Jewish world. Several of our global communal organizations have recently, or are currently, undergoing transition at the top. More will over the next year or so. And there is one trait common to every single search: the leadership vacuum. We can … [Read more...] about Visionary Leadership: Missing in Action