Presidents and Incoming Presidents (VPs) of Jewish Organization and Synagogues are invited to attend Leading Through Uncertainty
“The status quo is dead… long live the status quo!” I think it’s time we recognize that the idea of a “normal” to return to is just no longer useful. We have created a world in which we experience more unpredictability and uncertainty than ever before. Unfortunately, the management practices and systems that are so pervasive in our organizations and communities don’t deal with these realities very well. As leaders, it challenges us to come to grips with the fact that we will continue to face the unknown at a pace never seen before -- and in the face of that reality, we have a responsibility to move forward and act anyway.
So, what does it take to lead through uncertainty? First, it takes leaders committed to not only grow themselves, but to ensure that their teams and communities are well equipped with what’s needed to create an environment that fosters resiliency and growth. In this workshop, we will unpack key organizational distinctions such as risk, vs. uncertainty and leadership vs. management mindsets to bring clarity and language to the dynamics critical to success in an uncertain future. We will also explore leadership attributes and behaviors that are common among organizations that thrive in times of adversity and change.
RSVP by June 6 to Max Beede at email@example.com
About our speaker
Brent Robertson, Co-Founder, Fathom - Creator, Purpose Practiced
Brent works with leaders to create high-performance, purpose-driven teams and organizations. As co-founder of Fathom, he champions an approach to executive coaching, strategic planning, leadership development, succession, and transformation that prioritizes people and relationships. As a result, his clients don’t simply plan their futures, they bring them to life through the energy of organization-wide involvement in, and commitment to, generating organizations that perform beyond what their history, or their industry says is possible.
Beyond Fathom, Brent is an advocate, advisor, and accomplice for those committed to create a better future for the people they touch, and is a sought-after speaker on the topics of leadership, purpose, and community. He has oriented his life around helping people create conditions for their success, and is the creator of the personal development company Purpose Practiced where he uses his personal transformation experience as a place from which to mentor others on their growth journey.
Sponsor: Jewish Leadership Academy