Join Sara Shapiro-Plevan of Rimonim Consulting as she leads a conversation entitled “The $54,000 Strategy, Step 2: Making Change Happen.” This conversation was sparked by an article by Mark S. Young entitled The $54,000 Strategy: A Bold Solution to Undervaluing our Jewish Professionals The goals of the conversation was to think forward about effecting change in our professional communities as we reflect on a series of pieces about building professional leadership.
Together with panelists, Mark S. Young, Liz Fisher, Jonathan Krasner Ken Gordon and the many JEDLab members who participated in this recorded webinar, this podcast grappled with the big ideas in Young’s piece and elevated them in a public forum, creating room for debate and a chance to dig deeper into the core ideas that are moving the conversation.
Sara is the founder of Rimonim Consulting, which supports organizations, congregations and individuals as they develop their capacity for leadership and engage in institutional change efforts.Her clients include congregations, Jewish organizations and individuals who are in need of support as they articulate vision, support alignment, and strengthen their capacity for collaboration. Sara most recently served as a consultant for the Board of Jewish Education NY-SAJES, (now The Jewish Education Project) working directly with congregational educators in the greater New York area to build strong collegial networks, improve practice and cultivate leadership. She has served as director of education and as assistant director of education in three Manhattan congregations, and has served as the director of professional development for theMETNY region of USCJ, where she developed professional learning programs for teachers in congregational schools. Sara holds a BA inNear Eastern and Judaic Studies from BrandeisUniversity, an MA in Jewish Education from JTS, and was a fellow in the Senior Educators’ Program at theMelton Centre at Hebrew University.
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- The $54,000 Strategy, Step 2- Making Change Happen - November 25, 2013