Too often we tend to immediately associate the concept of philanthropy with leadership. But we should not. Some philanthropic activities truly amount to leadership. Others do not, and may actually be leadership-neutral or even be counterproductive in terms of leadership. … [Read more...] about Post 15: On Philanthropy and Leadership
Jewish Philanthropy. Chronicled.
First conceptualized in 2000, “Tomorrow” has arrived. In just a few short hours, Israel's President, Shimon Peres, will officially open the first Presidential conference, “Facing Tomorrow" at Jerusalem’s International Convention Center. With 15 sitting presidents, leaders from … [Read more...] about Tomorrow is Today
(eJP note: as "Tomorrow" opens later today, an extremely relevant guest post from the Jewish Donor Blog). There exists a broad generational leadership gap within many Jewish organizations, large and small. This gap, and how well we handle the transition, will have a … [Read more...] about Mind The Gap
Otherwise known as: Everything You Need to Know About Networking (The major summer conference season begins this week. A perfect opportunity to 'recycle' a post from a few years back on conference networking.) There is an old Japanese riddle: Is it the bell that rings? Is it … [Read more...] about You’re Always On…
As we wrote last week, The AVI CHAI Foundation has announced that it is allocating up to $1.15 million over the course of the next three years to four individuals and one team of two whom it has selected as the first recipients of The AVI CHAI Fellowship. Chosen on the basis … [Read more...] about Avi Chai: The First Recipients