The Jewish Communal Service Association of North America is pleased to provide this personal reflection on Jewish communal leadership by Richard A. Siegel, Interim Director, School of Jewish Communal Service, HUC-JIR Los Angeles. Thoughts on Jewish Communal Service as a … [Read more...] about Do You Consider Your Work a Calling?
The Fisher-Bernstein Institute for Jewish Philanthropy & Leadership (Brandeis University) has announced the launch of a professional development program for the Jewish community: Development at the Core: creating a fundraising culture will be a nine-month program of study … [Read more...] about Creating a Fundraising Culture
The Center for Leadership Initiatives, in partnership with the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, is excited to announce the launch of The Kivun Intensive 2009. Kivun, which in Hebrew means "direction," is a five-month professional development program that will … [Read more...] about The Kivun Intensive
Deborah Grayson Riegel, aka MyJewishCoach, has partnered with JewishJobs.com to provide high quality learning for Jewish professionals and volunteers who want to hone their skills and integrate change into personal and professional aspects of their lives. Deborah is smart, … [Read more...] about Professional Development in a Tough Market
The economy is down – and anxieties are running high in the workplace. Every day, I speak with coaching clients from Jewish nonprofit organizations who range from uneasy to panic about the security of their jobs. Will my funding get renewed? What if I get laid off? What can I do t … [Read more...] about 30 Ways to Be a Class Act at Work