image: Nira Lev, "Bonfire" (2005, Acrylic on canvas, 79x108cm) Courtesy GINA Gallery of International Naive Art, 255 Dizengoff St., Tel Aviv … [Read more...] about Lag B’Omer in Israel: A Night for Bonfires
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title quote source: Rabbi Norman Lamm from The Jerusalem Post: Non-Orthodox Judaism disappearing The Reform and Conservative Movements are disappearing, Yeshiva University Chancellor Rabbi Norman Lamm said over the weekend. "With a heavy heart we will soon say kaddish … [Read more...] about “The Future of American Jewry is in the Hands of Haredim and the Modern Orthodox”
Every manager is looking for the next great team member, and each of us is looking for the next opportunity. But what are the elusive qualities that make for success. Paul Farthing and Jo Swinhoe get to grips with the conundrum. At the International Fundraising Congress last … [Read more...] about The Six Secrets to Being a Successful Fundraiser
The all new Digital Leap Conference offers an opportunity to learn how to succeed in fundraising and plot a strategy beyond the current global economic downturn. Learn how the Internet can be part of your overall strategy for survival and growth. A digital conference for charity … [Read more...] about Digital Conference Coming to London
from Harvard Business Publishing: MBAs vs. Entrepreneurs: Who Has the Right Stuff for Tough Times? Specifically, is there such as thing as "entrepreneurial thinking" - and does it differ in important ways from, say, how MBAs think about problems and seize … [Read more...] about What Makes Entrepreneurs Entrepreneurial?