Please Join Us for Dinner at Community Connections: Leadership and Change
“Adaptive Leadership: Understanding Our Leadership Challenges and Ourselves”
A Special Extended Conference with Maya Bernstein
Co-Founder and Associate, UpStart Bay Area
Presented by the Commission on Jewish Education and Leadership, part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford
Adaptive leadership theory posits that leadership is directly connected to facilitating change. In this conference, we’ll explore core concepts of adaptive leadership theory. You’ll examine your own tolerance for leading change, learn to think differently about leadership challenges facing our community, and practice applying the theory to your own life.
Maya Bernstein has facilitated inspiring and impactful leadership initiatives in nonprofit and educational settings for over 15 years. She is the co-founder of, and an associate at, UpStart Bay Area, which supports innovation in the Jewish community. Ms. Bernstein has helped launch a wide variety of cutting-edge nonprofits that are transforming the landscape of American Jewish life, and she has consulted on strategic innovation for established nonprofits including the JCC Association, Jewish Federations of North America and a broad range of foundations, schools and synagogues. Ms. Bernstein is on the faculty at the Wexner Foundation and at Georgetown University’s Institute for Transformational Leadership.
Kindly RSVP to Stacy Jennings at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.727.6130
Note: There is no registration fee for STAR CJEL members.
1 to 3 people: $18 per person
4 or more people: $15 per person
Registrants - please consult with your synagogue or organization as to whether or not your registration fee is waived.
There is a $14 fee if you would like dinner at the conference. Dietary laws observed.
Prepay at bit.ly/CCLCBernstein or pay at the door.
Special thanks to the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Hartford for the grant “Community Connections: Leadership and Change.”