from The New York Times comes a helpful primer of communication “do’s” and “don’ts” as seen by a range of crisis managers in the professional PR priesthood. Of course, there’s anything but universal agreement on how best to handle a crisis, but one thing is universal and … [Read more...] about Can You Handle the Difficult Questions
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from Harvard Business Review: How Millennials' Sharing Habits Can Benefit Organizations The Pew Internet and American Life Project recently asked a large group of experts if they thought Millennials would grow out of their currently strong penchant for online sharing and … [Read more...] about Sharing is the New Normal
An in-depth look at the opposition to the proposed conversion bill followed by a story of coalition politics - the real antagonist in this continuing drama. both from The Jerusalem Report: Your People, My People It’s been a long time since the North American Jewish … [Read more...] about The Politics of Conversion
from The Shabbat Experiment: What This Is All About As a Hillel professional, I spend my days, nights, and weekends helping students connect to Jewish life. It's a busy job. While I help students celebrate the day of rest, I myself am working. I and many of my colleagues … [Read more...] about The Shabbat Experiment
by Abigail Pickus Budapest is bursting with Jewish life and culture. Just ask Szilvi Somlai. Born and raised in Budapest, she works as the post-Taglit Birthright Israel and Masa Israel coordinator for the Jewish Agency in Hungary. She is also an integral part of the team … [Read more...] about New Israeli Cultural Center to Open in Budapest