Chabad Early Childhood Announces Leadership Conference

The Chabad Early Childhood, a project of the Shluchim Office will be hosting a virtual leadership conference with renowned speakers taking place on Tuesday, January 19 / 6 Shevat.

After the amazing success of their first conference, Chabad Early Childhood announces a virtual leadership conference taking place next week. The conference themed “From Great to Brilliant” promises to take all types of leaders on a journey of learning, growth and inspiration they can implement in their roles. The program will feature three sessions with talented and renowned speakers, focusing on different aspects of a leadership position.

“Excellent lineup of speakers. In addition to being great presenters, personally I find them to be very relevant, informative and practical,” wrote Rabbi Shmuli Silberstein, Shliach to Manatonka after the last Chabad Early Childhood conference. “Thank you for arranging such a meaningful event.”

First Session: “Developing the Culture for your Brilliant Team” With Levi Segal – Leadership Consultant at Spencer Stuart

Second Session: “How Jewish literature Enriches Classroom Experience”

With Devorah Leah Rosenfeld – Noted Author, Lecturer and Editor in Chief of Hachai Publications

Third Session: “What helps us journey from great to brilliant as leaders?”

With Diana Ganger – Coach and Consultant in Organizational and Educational settings

“We are looking forward to hearing from the incredible lineup of speakers to learn, grow and gain inspiration,” shared director Mrs. Devora Krasnanski. “Our goal is to empower and give practical tools to all kinds of leaders in the various roles.”

Click here to register or visit shluchim.org/cececonference. Email ceceadmin@shluchim.org with any questions.

Chabad Early Childhood is a project of the Shluchim Office, generously sponsored by the Walder Foundation.

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