Cross-Portfolio Research Study: Literature Review on Jewish Leadership
June 14th, 2019
On behalf of the Jim Joseph Foundation, the Center for Creative Leadership is conducting a cross-portfolio research study of leadership development in the American Jewish community to support Jewish learning experiences. The Foundation defines Jewish learning experiences broadly as “experiences that draw upon Jewish wisdom, values, practices, culture, traditions and history to engage people in activities that guide them towards living more connected, meaningful and purpose-filled lives.” The primary research questions guiding this study can be paraphrased as follows:
This literature review represents our first step to exploring these complex questions by researching the distinguishing features of Jewish leadership and highlighting the current day challenges faced by Jewish leaders.
Cross-Portfolio Research Study: Literature Review on Jewish Leadership, Executive Summary, Center for Creative Leadership, May 2019
Read the Foundation’s series of guest blogs reflecting on the CCL literature review:
The Power of Leaders Who Leverage Networks, Stosh Cotler, Bend the Arc
The “Crisis Narrative,” Revisited, Yehuda Kurtzer, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America