Leadership Series for Lay-Professional Partners
Na’aleh: The Hub for Leadership Learning announces its popular, annual series for lay/pro partners to have dedicated time to work, think, and dream together. Our lens this year for these important partnerships is to learn and employ community organizing to build an ownership culture in organizations and our shared community.
During this three part series, Jeannie Appleman, a Senior Organizer and Trainer from Join for Justice: Jewish Organizing Institute Network (JOIN), will facilitate our learning about how a community organizing, ownership-focused culture builds a sense of community and engages all stakeholders out of their uniqueness. This culture results in deeper and broader relationships among and between both lay and professionals and leads to a more mission-driven organization or synagogue.
We will also learn from some Baltimore based organizations as to how they employ community organizing strategies, techniques, and practices to build a more relational culture. You will walk away with strategies to implement in your own organizations.
This series is for all professionals and lay leaders who have a working partnership at any level of an organization.
Please register by November 19th.
Cost: $36 for lay leaders, free for those who have a Leadership Passport. No charge for professionals of sponsoring organizations.