By Mark S. Freedman Okay, what is this MAD LAMBS business? Perhaps those fluffy little creatures being led to the alter for sacrifice in days of yore? Shivering lamb chops in a Costco freezer? Or maybe Mary and her little lamb not knowing where to go? No to all. It is an … [Read more...] about MAD LAMBS: CEO Survival Skills for Corona and Beyond
By Dr. Chaim Y. Botwinick
Leadership demands two kinds of courage: The strength to take risks, and the humility to admit when a risk fails”~Rabbi Dr. Jonathan Sacks
Since the outbreak of the COVID19 pandemic, many of us have been grappling with ways in which to help i … [Read more...] about Leading Our Jewish Day Schools in the Shadows of Covid-19
An Unprecedented Leadership Challenge
By Natasha Dresner People’s true nature gets tested in times of prolonged stress and crisis. That is why, in the last ten weeks of working with my nonprofit clients in this new COVID-19 world, I have witnessed so many examples of true leadership that inspired me to write this a … [Read more...] about Rabbinic Wisdom for Hard Times
By Dr. Hal M. Lewis In the months since the Coronavirus made its unwelcome appearance on our shores, we have witnessed a plethora of articles designed to teach about leading in extremis. Several of these have focused specifically upon the performance of women leaders in … [Read more...] about What Should We Be Learning From the Research on Women as Crisis Leaders?
By Nancy K. Kaufman and Lori Weinstein Whether it is as leaders of countries (Germany, New Zealand, Iceland, Finland), or as leaders of corporations and foundations and nonprofit organizations in and outside the Jewish community, women have been demonstrating their unique … [Read more...] about Lifting Up Women Leaders in the Time of COVID-19