The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (CLAL)


organization
New York, NY. (212) 779-3300.

The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (CLAL) is a leadership training organization, think tank and resource center. CLAL is the Hebrew word for inclusive. It is also a value highly held by this group. They seek to bring Jewish wisdom to a wide audience. The link between Jewish civic and spiritual concerns makes for a robust Center home to a variety of resources. These resources include blogs about leadership, {{Rabbis Without Borders programs | http://www.rabbiswithoutborders.org}}, and a variety of books that introduce innovative tools. The best way to learn about these resources is to explore the CLAL website. You will see that this affiliation of rabbis offers vast opportunities for collaborative thinking. This is one of those organizations that feel like a banquet, rather than an offering from a fast food drive thru. Whether you are a rabbi seeking deeper thought and connection to a wider community, or a person who is not Jewish seeking a positive encounter with a Jewish worldview, this organization is the doorway into a feast of information. Rabbi Brad Hirschfield, the author of "You Don’t Have to Be Wrong for Me to be Right", is the president.

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