Training 2017


Leadership Development Institute (LDI)
                                                   Sunday April 30,2017                                                                                                 at Temple Tiferet  Shalom                                                                                    489 Lowell St, Peabody, MA directions                                           5:00 PM (pizza included)
A hands-on workshop will address topics including:

Market Segmentation: Meeting Men where they are
Succession Planning: Building for the future
Board Meetings: The process needed for engagement

Bring someone! RSVP soon so we can provide enough food. We are a resource for you. Planning, engagement, developing new leadership, structure, running a meeting, succession planning, and knowing that you are not alone. We are in this journey together.
To confirm you attendance,

RSVP to Mark Grossman m.grossmann@comcast.net or call 617.880.9104


For more information email Mark Grossmann.


 

Leadership Development Institute (LDI)
Sunday, March 5, 2017
7:00 - 8:45 PM
atTemple Ner Tamid of the North Shore
368 Lowell St, Peabody, MA 10960 directions

Special Guest Presenter: David Kaplan

Calling all clubs and leaders! Join us for a special interactive winter workshop focused on the "nuts and bolts" of leadership development.
  • Market segmentation: connecting and engaging your membership and developing your leadership.
  • Planning your calendar for success: what works, what doesn't, and what do I do now.
For more information contact Mark Grossman at m.grossman@comcast.net

"It is wonderful to see the many activities being organized by our clubs. The only downside is the difficulty of planning a regional event without scheduling conflicts. 
This year we will try a different approach. Small groups of clubs  that are near each other will meet at convenient times and places. This is the first of these sessions. We have commitments from Temple Ner Tamid and MRJ Club Temple Tiferet Shalom in Peabody, Temple B'nai Abraham in Beverly, and Temple Ahavas Achim in Newburyport. However, all are invited." David Singer, regional president.


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