I brought to the workplace characteristics often associated with the way women lead.
Jeffrey R. Solomon
We must encourage every Jewish organization to sign on to principles of equity and equality in the workplace, including collecting and making public data regarding hiring, retention, and promotion.
The evidence of gender bias in the Jewish world is troubling.
Women can be succesful agents of change in the Jewish world without focusing primarily on issues of gender.
1. What are the fault lines in the relationship between Jewish professional and lay leaders? And how can they best be addressed?
2. What is the impact of feminism on volunteerism? Are Jewish organizations losing a needed pool of volunteers? How might they restructure to adapt to new social, technological, and communal realities?
3. Should business practices play a role in the governance of nonprofit organizations such as synagogues and schools?