Though heads of Jewish organizations are not always familiar with them, classical Jewish sources offer contemporary leaders a variety of sophisticated in-sights into effective leadership. Many of these premodern texts articulate per-spectives that lie at the heart of today’s widely accepted best practices.This article highlights three examples of Judaism’s teachings… Continue Reading
The author analyzed the methodologies, core components, and educational objectives of the lay leadership development and training programs of 40 national and local Jewish organizations. He found that, with very few exceptions, the programs did not actually train lay people to be leaders.
in this 350th anniversary year, much attention… Continue Reading