To strengthen leadership and supervisory capabilities

To learn to see supervision as a set of adaptive challenges

To develop a network of peer supervisors

To learn and internalize skills through discussion, practice and application

For Professionals Who:

1. Supervise at least one staff member or who manage a team

2. Work in a Jewish organization, synagogue, school in greater Baltimore

3. Have the desire to manage up down and all around as part of a team

4. Know they can lead from any seat, as leadership is an activity, not a position

You Will Gain:

• Awareness of your leadership strengths and capabilities

• The critical role you play in developing and motivating staff

• Strategies to supervise across differences

• Ability to give constructive feedback and have difficult conversations

• Capabilities to lead a collaborative team and unleash their creative talents

• Ability to manage up and see yourself as part of a system