What if the Jewish nonprofit sector were the place everyone dreamed of working?
Leading Edge influences, inspires, and enables Jewish organizations to continuously improve performance through culture and leadership.
- Organizational CultureReport
Are Jewish Organizations Great Places to Work? Results from the Fifth Annual Employee Experience Survey (2021)
- Blog PostOrganizational Culture
Video: Unprecedented Findings on Jews with Disabilities and the Workplace
The Gender Gap in Jewish Nonprofit Leadership: An Ecosystem View
Addressing five causes can make significant progress in closing the persistent and large gender gap among CEOs at Jewish nonprofit organizations.
Through its work, Leading Edge aims to:
culture and leadership as top priorities in the Jewish nonprofit sector.
and collaborate to launch new tools, resources, and research to enable continuous improvement.
the Jewish nonprofit sector around the best ideas and talent management practices for creating amazing culture and leadership.
Leading Edge supports new CEOs in easing their transitions to this pivotal role and builds a community of practice around outstanding leadership in Jewish nonprofits.
Leading Places to Work
Leading Edge supports organizations in fostering great workplace cultures — Leading Places to Work — that recruit, retain, and engage excellent people who are empowered to do their best work.
Lay Leadership Initiative
Leading Edge works with volunteer leaders, funders, CEO search committees, and nonprofit boards to strengthen and optimize the crucial partnership between CEOs and lay leaders.
- Organizational CultureArticle
Effective Feedback: Two Models for Managers
Two models (plus some additional tips) to help supervisors give useful, effective feedback to their direct reports.
- Talent ManagementArticle
Office, Hybrid, and More: Models for the New Workplace
As vaccination rates rise and restrictions abate, leaders face new decisions and challenges about where and how we work together.
In the “Just Leading” podcast, three trailblazing thought leaders—Gali Cooks, Ilana Kaufman, and Elana Wien—host intimate conversations with a diverse set of leaders within and beyond the Jewish world to examine how to bring more equity into the workplace.
The reason we are prepared to handle this current situation is because we have now been paying attention to culture for a long time. This isn't new to us anymore. Leading Edge changed the conversation to help us focus on culture.”