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Inspirational keynotes, workshops and networking opportunities for educators, administrators, board members and stakeholders of network member schools will engage participants around design thinking, school change, board development, educational leadership, innovative technologies, contemporary ideas of Jewish pluralism, Israel curricula, modes of prayer education, special needs inclusion, early childhood education and more. 

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Monday, January 20 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Board Leadership Institute Workshops: Block 2

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Board Leadership participants will choose one session to attend.

  • Seize The Conversation: The new marketing for Jewish day schools (Midway Room)

Gary Wexler, USC/Annenberg

It's not about branding, social marketing and storytelling. What fundraising and recruitment results have you seriously gained from all the money spent on these actions? Find out what really succeeds in today's very changed and challenging environment. But don't expect easy answers and formulae. Come prepared to think critically and creatively--understanding the hard work that marketing Day Schools really requires.

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Visit SeizeTheConversation.com    

  1. Seizing the Conversation  (The essence of what I spoke about today is there.)
  2. Sign up for The Blogifesto where I challenge many of the sensibilities and methodologies of the wider nonprofit sector. 

  • Boards: Why Data is Crucial and How to Get It (Logan Room)

Sacha Litman, Measuring Success

Often board members feel like their flying blind when it comes to decision making. Without boots in the classroom, it can be hard to know what actions to take to best serve your school’s needs.  Discover the power of a data dashboard to inform strategic decision making and learn how to use carefully gathered facts and figures instead of anecdotes. Conduct a “back-of-the-envelope” exercise that demonstrates how to collect and organize your school’s data. To get the most out of this exercise, please bring budget information, enrollment figures, and survey data, if available.

  • I’m a Board Chair- Now What? (LaGuardia Room)

Alex Sagan, JCDS Boston

Taking on the lead lay position in your school can seem daunting.  There is nothing that can fully prepare you for stepping into these shoes.  This session will examine some strategies for managing the work load, dealing with difficult personalities, making strategic decisions, delegating the tasks and using committees effectively. 


Speakers
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Sacha Litman

Managing Director and CEO, Measuring Success
Sacha Litman is the Founder and Managing Director of Measuring Success, a strategy consulting firm dedicated to developing quantitative tools and models to enhance non-profits’ organizational effectiveness, and is also CEO of GrapeVine. Sacha holds his M.B.A. with highest distinction from Kellogg (Northwestern), an M.P.A. from Harvard’s Kennedy School and a B.S. in applied mathematics, summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Yale... Read More →
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Alex Sagan

Member, Board of Trustees, JCDS Boston
Alex Sagan is past President of the Board of Trustees at JCDS, Boston’s Jewish Community Day School. An educator by training, Alex is a consultant to numerous Jewish organizations and an active real estate investor. He holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University where he co-chairs a public lecture series on Jewish history and contemporary issues. Alex is a veteran of numerous non-profit boards.
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Gary Wexler

Adjunct Professor, USC/Annenberg
Gary Wexler is the Adjunct Professor of both Advertising and Nonprofit Marketing in the Masters in Communications program at USC/Annenberg. | | He is the founder of SeizeTheConversation.com, the new paradigm for nonprofit marketing. Gary writes a weekly blog, NonprofitRevolutionNow.com followed by over 4000 people worldwide. It is based upon his experience of working with over 1000 nonprofits, in the US, Canada, Europe, China and... Read More →


Monday January 20, 2014 1:30pm - 3:00pm
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