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Posted by Liat Stilman on 09/13/2018 @ 01:38 PM
Want a panel discussion with distinguished guests? Want a casual get together or a meet and greet? Want a board meeting? Want a 200-person luncheon? Want a religious service with a dinner to follow?
We will make it work for your needs - 3,000 sqft multi purpose space and more.
Posted by Liat Stilman on 09/12/2018 @ 11:19 AM
Join Young Jewish Professionals For A Sukkot Burgers & Beer BBQ at our Rooftop Sukkah
Come Celebrate the Holiday of Sukkot & Make a Blessing In the Sukkah
Please feel free to invite your friends, Ages 21-39
Sunday, September 23rd – 1st night of Sukkot
7:00pm Services 7:30pm Burgers and Beer
Rok Family Shul – YJP Miami Headquarters 35 SE 9th Street Miami, FL 33131
$15 Per Person Until September 19th $20 – After
Posted by Liat Stilman on 09/12/2018 @ 11:09 AM
JCS and the Second Generation of Miami-Dade Holocaust Survivors Inc. invite Holocaust Survivors in Miami to join us for Café Europa September 23 at 11:30 am.
Covert: $10 Mitzvah donation p/p to MDHS Emergency Assistance Buses are provided by reservation only. Advanced registration is required.
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Posted by Liat Stilman on 09/12/2018 @ 10:58 AM
Join Federation’s Mishkan Miami: The Jewish Connection for Spiritual Support for Kever Avot (“graves of our parents”), a traditional communal memorial service, on Sunday, September 16. Community rabbis, cantors and chaplains will be present at various local cemeteries at scheduled times during the day to help you honor the souls of those who have passed.
Posted by john milto on 09/10/2018 @ 06:53 AM
It is important to lead your team properly to get success in college or university. Some of the tips for effective leadership are mentioned below:
Align work according to skills of team member It is the duty of a leader to assign work according to skills of members. The most important step taken by the leader of team is placing the right person in right place. Interesting activities can be assigned to members to boost their motivation. Do not stick any member to one activity only and try to offer them different type of tasks.
Biggest opportunities must be offered to best performers The leader cannot take the risk of assigning best opportunities to the less-skilled members. For getting better results, it is important that most talented members are given priority to perform task. Big opportunities do not come frequently. Hence, it is the responsibility of leader to take care of them properly and assign work according to the requirements for generating proper results.
Trust The leader must always trust the team members. Let the team members know that the leader has trust and faith in them that they must be doing their task properly. Trust will allow people to do task with more creativity and dedication which will bring more efficient results.
Make your employees think Do not provide all the answers and alternatives to members and allow them to be more creative. Give authority to members to make their own decisions and be responsible for that. Provide them multifaceted task so that it will allow the members to think in a different way.
Proper communication Proper communication between leader and members is the most important requirement for building a successful team. New ideas or ways of doing a task must be communicated to the team members so that they may feel that their involvement is important. Always try to maintain a close interaction with team members. Read:- How to Boost Your Confidence While Speaking in Public
Be authentic The leaders who involve more authenticity are more trusted by team members. Be ready to accept opportunities and never turn back to face any challenges while working. The leader acts as an idol to team members. If the leader will be enthusiastic to do challenging work, the team members will also be ready to accept the challenging task as well.
Do not blame It is not necessary that the person always succeeds in performing any task. If the leader has a query from any member, it needs to be resolved either in a meeting or through e-mails. Avoid blaming the particular person in public and let him know your expectations.
Complete the project in right way
The leader and every member of the team need to put emphasis on what is the right way to complete the task. Various alternatives need to be analyzed and the best one needs to be selected by the leader and team members. Doing the task in the right manner is the best possible way to get success.
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JBS-Jewish Broadcasting Service Highlights Sept 9 - 15 on Atlantic Broadband CH 168, DIRECTV CH 388, Hotwire CH 269, the Roku streaming player under "Educational", and at www.jbstv.org
Posted by Edith Samers on 09/07/2018 @ 05:52 PM
For an up-to-date schedule, go to jbstv.org.
Rabbis Discuss High Holidays
Rabbis discuss how they feel about the High Holidays and the messages they feel are relevant for the Days of Awe. With rabbis Mitchell Wohlberg (Orthodox), Rachel Ain (Conservative) and Steve Gutow (Reconstructionist). Sunday, September 9 - Noon & 6pm
LIVE HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES FROM CENTRAL SYNAGOGUE, NY
LIVE EREV ROSH HASHANAH at 6pm with Encores at 9pm & 2am
MONDAY, ROSH HASHANAH - DAY 1 LIVE at 9:30am & Family Service at 3pm LIVE at 6pm with Encores at 9pm & 11pm
TUESDAY, ROSH HASHANAH - DAY 2 LIVE at 9:30 am
Rabbis Talk About God
For Yom Kippur, rabbis share their feelings about God. With rabbis Mitchell Wohlberg (Orthodox), Rachel Ain (Conservative) and Steve Gutow (Reconstructionist). Thursday - 3pm; Friday - 9am
L'Chayim Classic: Eugene Borowitz Speaks Of God for Yom Kippur Wednesday - 9am & 4:30pm; Thursday - 7pm & 2am; Friday - 1pm
92Y: Rabbi Harold Kushner - The 23rd Psalm Wednesday - 9:30am; Friday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 3pm
Talmud: Repentance (Rabbi Mordechai Becher) Wednesday - 7pm & 2am
Sports & The High Holidays (Dr. Jeffrey Gurock) Wednesday - 7:45pm & 2:45am
Thursday (September 13)
Talmud: Why Fast? (Rabbi Mordechai Becher) Talmud: Must God Forgive? (Rabbi Mordechai Becher) Thursday - 9am & 4:30pm
Rabbis Discuss God and Yom Kippur Thursday - 3pm & 4:30pm; Friday - 9am
L'Chayim: 9/11 Remembered
One World Trade Center survivor Ari Schonbrun; NYPD Detective Morty Dzikansky; and Liz Goren, a psychotherapist who counsels survivors, tell their personal stories and reflect upon the meaning of 9/11 as Americans and as Jews. Tuesday - 9pm & Midnight; Wednesday - 3pm
L'Chayim: Pay Czar
Kenneth Feinberg, the "Pay Czar" who distributed $7 billion to victims of 9/11 for the United States government, talks about his experience with 9/11 families and his concerns for the Jewish future. Wednesday - 9pm & Midnight; Next Sunday - Noon & 6pm
L'Chayim: Terrorist Cop
New York City homicide detective Morty Dzikansky talks about his personal experience during 9/11 and his work with the terrorism squad of the Israeli police department. Thursday - 9pm & Midnight; Friday - 3pm
Responsibility To Jews & The World
Jewish responsibility to both the Jewish People and to peoples of the world is discussed by Ethan Tucker (Yeshivat Hadar), Tamara Newman (Hotline for Refugees) and Meesh Hammer-Kossoy (Pardes). With Rachel Grand Meyer (HIAS) at Limmud NY 2018. Thursday - 8pm & 1am; Saturday - 8pm & 2am
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Posted by Michelle M on 09/05/2018 @ 05:29 PM
Join thousands of community members to learn from industry experts, political and diplomatic figures, and thought leaders against the backdrop of strengthening Israel and uniting the Israeli-American and Jewish communities. This year’s Israeli-American Council National Conference will take place at The Diplomat Beach Resort in South Florida from November 29 to December 2, 2018, and will explore Israel's journey from declaration to Startup Nation.
Speakers will include: Miriam Peretz, Israel Prize Winner; Yuli Edelstein, Israel's Speaker of the Knesset; Ayelet Shaked, Israel's Minister of Justice; and Robbi and Stuart Force, activists and parents of Taylor Force. The IAC National Conference offers participants the opportunity to engage in variety of programs, plenaries, breakout sessions, interactive workshops, and facilitated discussions tailored to meet the various interests of our community members and audience
This inspiring gathering will explore Israeli-American and Jewish identity, bring together the Israeli-American and Jewish communities for deep dive discussions, and will yield takeaways that will help us, together, to strengthen Israel and our communities.
The Conference spans from Thursday, November 29, to Sunday, December 2, 2018 and includes: opening plenary + evening sessions and celebrations (Thursday evening) - Friday sessions (Friday, all day) - Shishi Israeli (Friday evening, communal Shabbat dinner) - Saturday sessions (Saturday, all day) - main night and after party (Saturday evening) - Sunday session and closing event (Sunday, until 1:30pm).
More information: https://www.israeliamerican.org/conference | Questions? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Posted by Liat Stilman on 09/05/2018 @ 02:13 PM
As we celebrate Rosh Hashanah with our friends and family, we rejoice in the sound of the shofar and recommit ourselves to our community and to each other. We reflect on the past year and share our hopes and dreams for the year ahead.
Warmest wishes for a joyous and meaningful holiday. May 5779 be a year of blessings and peace, and may you and those you love be written and sealed in the Book of Life.