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ELI Talk on Jewish Leadership

ELI Talk on Jewish Leadership

Spertus Institute is pleased and proud to share an ELI talk by then Spertus President and CEO Dr. Hal M. Lewis

What is an ELI talk, you might ask? ELI talks are TED-inspired 12-minute presentations about Jewish ideas. Speakers are invited to present based on their own work, passions, and experiences, resulting in talks that inevitably teach something new.

This talk is one of a series filmed in Chicago in front of a live audience, co-sponsored by the JUF/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.

ELI talks are produced by the AVI CHAI Foundation. They are intended to be shared and discussed. In that spirit, we welcome your comments and encourage you to share this talk with your friends and colleagues.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

About the speaker

Dr. Hal M. Lewis is Chancellor and Professor of Contemporary Jewish Studies at Spertus Institute and principal consultant for Leadership For Impact LLC, a leadership consulting practice that serves the needs of nonprofit executives and their boards.

For ten years, he served as Spertus Institute's President and Chief Executive Officer of Spertus Institute. A recognized expert on leadership, he has published widely in the scholarly and popular press and is a member of the faculty of the Center For Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC. His books include Models and Meanings in the History of Jewish Leadership and From Sanctuary to Boardroom: A Jewish Approach to Leadership. You can follow his blog at Leadership for Impact >

About Spertus Institute

Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership offers dynamic learning opportunities, rooted in Jewish wisdom and culture and open to all. These opportunities are designed to enable personal growth, train future leaders, and engage individuals in exploration of Jewish life.

Graduate programs and professional workshops are offered in the Chicago area, in select locations across North America, and through distance learning.

Public programs including films, speakers, seminars, concerts, and exhibits — are offered at the Institute’s Michigan Avenue facility, in the Chicago suburbs, and online