Dispatches from the network and updates from the Foundation.
WIF Alum Shlomit Doten Gissin (Class 12)
...the process fosters a sense of solidarity and intimacy among the Forum’s members, far beyond the professional consultancy interaction.
Dana Savoray-Hadar, Sivan Shani, and Keren Zefania
How can we create content that is relevant to all three generations and can contribute to their career and work?
WIF Alum Tal Korman (Class 14)
The power of career changes in the new occupational world, which emphasizes abilities and projects rather than skills and trades, lies in the fact that nothing is ever lost.
The development and implementation of an organizational ethical culture ought to be cemented with an ethical code, such that includes values and rules of conduct, and be overseen by a dedicated entity for the assimilation – and revision – of the ethical code in the organization and for consulting on ethical dilemmas.
The foggy, unclear future of the Ukrainian people reflects on the families that are now under our responsibility. Therefore we are faced with issues that we do not usually consider as our business, but have become now; the very basic values of compassion, care, and responsibility.
WIF Alum Shahar Solar (Class 25) and Yael Hamerman
The Valley is now a stellar example and an inspiring story of a response to this type of issue and public engagement, such that leads to better social, economic, and environmental benefits, providing solutions for the climate crisis in tandem with a direct improvement in the lives of its local residents.
Jews around the world expect Israel to be a country where Jewish education and the price of living a Jewish life is included in the package. From a distance, it appears to be so.