Harvesting Opportunity from the Pandemic

Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 12pm-1pm EST and repeated at 8pm-9pm EST

It's been said that you should "never waste a good crisis!" Rabbis and Members of Synagogue Board Executive Committees are invited to join Daniel Langenthal for a hands-on interactive session exploring opportunities for organizational change, transformation and decision making during and as a result of the pandemic. In a safe space, participants will examine their core values and wonder about how this very unusual time provides unique opportunities for values driven experimentation and change. 

Prior to establishing Daniel Langenthal Consulting (daniellangenthal.com), Daniel was the Director of the Leadership Development Institute (LDI) at CJP, where he worked with synagogues, Jewish communal organizations, and universities to facilitate effective boards, enhance team effectiveness, and develop emerging leaders.
He earned an MBA from the Heller School of Social Policy Management and an MA from the Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership at Brandeis University.

An experienced educator, whose approach to human and organizational growth is informed by values of openness, engagement, reflection, and empowering others, Daniel has worked as a trainer, consultant, and educator with a wide array of clients from businesses to non-profit organizations. Previously, as the Director of Experiential Learning and Teaching at Brandeis University, he worked with faculty to help them incorporate active and reflective learning into their teaching. Prior to that, Daniel founded and directed MABAT, an Israeli non-profit dedicated to improving intercultural awareness among all Israeli citizens through experiential and diversity programming at Israeli colleges and universities. Daniel also served in the IDF, as a tour guide for the Society for Protection of Nature in Israel and as an Outward Bound instructor.