Leadership in Times of Change
We have been living in a world of continual change. Yet, we are the inheritors of an ancient tradition. As professional and lay leaders, how do we chart a path toward a vibrant future imbued with the wisdom of our tradition and responsive to the challenges of today? Below are resources to help anyone who wishes to lead us into that inspiring future.
Gatherings, Podcasts & Webinars
JPRO Network Master Class
Collaborative Communication and Effective Pitching
Nov 4, 11, and 18 | 1:00-2:30PM
In this three-session series, Aaron Henne, Artistic Director of theatre dybbuk, takes participants on a journey through developing their most impactful pitches and identifying the constituents with whom they wish to communicate. The classes also focus on techniques for giving and processing feedback and communicating in mindful ways with colleagues and stakeholders.
This series is ideal for:
Program directors, executive leaders, fundraising and development professionals, and any staff members who wish to gain skills for more effective advocacy and collaborative listening.
Center for Creative Leadership
Five Disruptive Organizational Trends Affecting Leaders in the Next 5 Years (On Demand, 1 hour)
Leadership Agility in Times of Change (On Demand, 1 hour)
How to Foster Flexible Leadership in Times of Instability (On Demand, 1 hour)
Building Resilience and Leadership in the Context of Crisis and Telework (On Demand, 1 hour)
Full Webinar Archive
Jewish Education Project
Coronavirus COVID-19 for Educators: Webinars and Recordings
Prizmah: Center for Jewish Day School
Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks: Clarity and Courage In the Face of Uncertainty
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Scenario Planning: A Field Guide to the Future
by Woody Wade
Scenario Planning serves as a guide to taking a long-term look at your business, your industry, and the world, posing thoughtful questions about the possible consequences of some current (and possible future) trends.
The Art of the Long View: Planning for the Future in an Uncertain World
by Peter Schwartz
Peter Schwartz outlines the “scenaric” approach, giving you the tools for developing a strategic vision within your business.
What if? The Art of Scenario Thinking for NonProfits
by Diana Scearce, Katherine Fulton, and the Global Business Network community
Downloadable book outlining an approach to scenario thinking and planning for nonprofit organizations, including a definition of scenario thinking, examples of scenario thinking in practice, and stories and lessons from the field.
Three Expert Tips on Pandemic Decision-Making
Inspire Your Team During Uncertainty
Leadership in Pandemic: Discomfort as a Virtue
4 Reasons to Rethink Employee Recognition in the Remote Work Era
Daily Buzz: How to Adopt a Digital First Culture
Center for Creative Leadership
Emotional Intelligence in Leadership: What’s Needed During Unstable Times
How To Drive Organizational Change & Innovation in Traditional Industries
5 Ways to Lead and Adapt Through a Crisis
What Leadership Skills Will Be Needed In The Future?
What We’re Hearing from the Field (Aug 17, 2020)
Confidence: Good or Bad?
So, What’s Your Story
Safety Respect Equity Network Focuses on Equity
Board and Staff Leading Together Through Uncertainty
Nishma Reasearch releases First Broad Survey of the Jewish Community on the Coronavirus Pandemicrvey of the Jewish Community on the Coronavirus Pandemic
Principles for a Full Year of Love and Caring
What We’re Hearing from the Field(6/8)
Today, Tomorrow, and the Space Between
Jewish Values Regarding Physical Reopening of Our Institutions
Synagogue Innovation in the Age of Corona
Dear Jewish Leader Are You Up to the Task?
Courageous Leadership Now:
A Moment of Crisis Can Be An Opportunity for Connection
COVID-19 and Torah – Advice From the Sabbatical Year
Shift Happens – Reframing Organizational Leadership to Survive Coronavirus
Moving Beyond: Strategies for Restarting our Community
The Bridgespan Group
Eight Steps for Managing Through Tough Times
Quick Tips for Virtual Onboarding
4 Critical Lessons for Anyone New to Leadership
If You Do Any of These 3 Things, Your Leadership Skills Are Better Than Those of Most Managers
The Only Management Technique you Need Right Now
Workers Don’t Want to Return to Offices: Start Preparing Now
3 Ways to Inspire Innovation from Remote Teams
The Management Center
5 tips for Managing Remotely During COVID-19
Interaction Institute for Social Change
Living and Working Virtually in Uncertainty