Virtual Rabbinic Torah Seminar
Leaders in Jewish community settings frequently face challenges in dealing with conflict and difference. Often frictions are heightened because they impinge on our core identities. But might our identities and traditions hold the clue to dealing with them more effectively?
In this series Ambassador Daniel Taub explores insights and practices for dealing with difference and conflict, honed through centuries of Jewish tradition. We see how many of these insights presage and reflect modern approaches in cognitive science and management theory. Drawing from his experience as a diplomat and negotiator, Taub gives practical examples of how these techniques can help us constructively deal with differences in our society, our communities, and our families.
NOTE: This program was part of our Summer 2021 Virtual Rabbinic Torah Seminar, Torah of Possibility for an Uncertain Future