As many Jewish youth professionals navigate the challenge of returning to in-person experiences and we reach two years since COVID-19 descended on our workplaces, we are presented with an opportunity.
How can we use this transition to re-imagine the workplace experiences of our Jewish youth professionals to one that best suits the passions and needs of our talent? How might we focus our efforts investing in our talent and optimizing the employer-employee relationship so our organizations can truly thrive?
Mark S. Young’s keynote program, hosted by Jewish LearningWorks, will help us address these questions individually, as teams of Jewish educational professionals and lay leaders, and as a collective. Following the keynote, we will offer two sessions of breakout-room workshops on themes that support youth professionals to build their career trajectory within the Jewish community. The complete agenda and speaker lineup is forthcoming.
Aimed at Jewish educational professionals, youth professionals and their supervisors, clergy and lay leaders, as individuals or teams of three or more. We hope to impact the Jewish educational landscape and invite everyone who is involved in teen Jewish education to attend. You may participate as an individual, but we highly encourage organizational teams to attend; youth professionals, clergy, educators, executive directors and lay leaders.
The cost to attend is the same for one person or more. All trainings at Jewish LearningWorks are subsidized by our generous donors. To arrange a cost adjustment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boston-area participants can contact Leah Finkelman, Engagement Manager, Teens & Camping, for more information and with questions.
About Mark S. Young:
Mark S. Young is passionate about strengthening the experience and opportunities for the professionals who help make thriving Jewish communities a reality. Mark writes frequently on how to best invest in Jewish professional talent, including his $54,000 Strategy series on ejewishphilanthropy.com, his 2016 ELI Talk: Mah Tovu, and now his first published book: “Bless Our Workforce.”+ More... - Less...
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