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Job Sculpting, How to be a Wildly Successful Early and Mid-Level Hillel Pro- FULL is a Course

Job Sculpting, How to be a Wildly Successful Early and Mid-Level Hillel Pro- FULL

Ended Dec 5, 2017

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Full course description

Description: In this session, professionals will learn and apply three of the most essential skills needed to succeed within the Hillel field and the nonprofit sector:  Prioritizing multiple demands; Managing up effectively; Designing and implementing a guiding vision.  In a series of experiential activities, participants will learn and practice proven approaches that can be immediately implemented back on campus and improve the quality of their work. Upon leaving this session, participants will take away specific knowledge and skills to help strengthen their current positions and future career directions. 

Instructors: Rhoda Weisman -- Leadership Coach and Dean, Graduate School of  Nonprofit Management, American Jewish University; Michelle Blumenberg – Executive Director, University of Arizona Hillel Foundation; Bailey London – Executive Director, University of Southern California Hillel Foundation

Intended Audience: This session is geared for early and mid-career program professionals including Directors of Engagement, Directors of Jewish Student Life, etc.