As part of the Jim Joseph Foundation’s investment in Leadership Development through ten grants following an open request for proposals, the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is conducting a cross-portfolio research study to understand common outcomes, themes, a … [Read more...] about Promote Dialogue: Next Steps as We Navigate Education Challenges in Training for Effective Jewish Leadership
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By Amy Born At Leading Edge we believe that people are the most valuable asset of our sector. But what does it mean to truly invest in our people? And what does it mean to put the employee experience at the center of how we think about our work? In 2016, Leading Edge … [Read more...] about Placing Organizational Culture at the Center
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Counting the Omer, the methodical daily ritual of counting the days between Passover and Shavuot, is a ritual that’s brimming with spiritual promise for today’s Jews. This year, At The Well set out to connect more people to the spiritual pow … [Read more...] about Counting Together:
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By Rabbi Elchanan Poupko Having studied Jewish education, I was often perturbed by the attempts to professionalize and academize the filed. Rubrics, curricula, assessments, and so on were vigorously studied with the hope of full implementation. In a field like Jewish studies, … [Read more...] about What Makes a Good Day School Curriculum?
By Jay Tcath We endure this moment… Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images …to enjoy many of these: The 1990 North American Jewish Population Study reset the Jewish communal agenda. While not exactly blindsided, the greater - than - assumed findings of diminished Je … [Read more...] about A New, More Literal Meaning for ‘Securing the Jewish Future’