By Moshe Hecht If you already experience a constant sense of contentment, elation, or never-ending bliss no matter what life throws your way, stop reading now. But, if you’re like me (and just a few others), who struggle to find lasting joy and meaning, then grab some p … [Read more...] about Volunteering: The Science of (no cost) Lasting Happiness
Limmud leaders from across Latin and North America convened in Mexico City this past weekend for the first-ever Limmud Elements Americas immersive leadership and learning retreat. Among the communities represented: Buenos Aires, Caracas, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Sao Paulo, … [Read more...] about Activists from Canada to Chile convened in Mexico City for first-ever Limmud Elements Americas
On May 17th-19th over 250 Jewish volunteers and professionals from JDC's volunteer center network came together just outside Kiev, Ukraine for the organization's largest-ever volunteer conference focusing on promoting Jewish community responsibility and identity. Participants … [Read more...] about Largest-Ever JDC Conference for FSU Volunteers Promotes Jewish Responsibility and Identity
Nicky Goldman has been named Chief Executive of the U.K.'s Jewish Volunteering Network (JVN).
Nicky is currently Executive Director of Lead, a division of the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC).
JVN is the U.K.’s leading charity focussing on volunteers and volunteering. Aside f … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
Across the Pond
By David Edell
Ask any Board Chair if they know who will succeed them. (Ask any of those mentioned if they are sure they will accept.) Ask any nominating committee chair about the responses they get as they reach out to ask people to consider board membership. Ask any CEO who … [Read more...] about What about the Lay Leader Pipeline?
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