Dispatches from the network and updates from the Foundation.
Dr. Iris Nehemiah
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?
Yet in all this chaos, there is a ray of light. Hundreds of volunteers are arriving at the border, people from different organizations, and each one wants to help. After a short while, it is clear that in all the confusion of people wanting to help, there is logic and order.
When we can spring into action, through relentless trial and error to strive to adapt new methods for our current (and ever changing) reality, we will gradually empower leaders as agents of change in their environments, in order to develop the resilience to deal with future unforeseen challenges.
We're kvelling with the recent appointments and awards given to Wexner Senior Leaders and Wexner Israel Fellowship Alumni in Israel.
“For everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.” ( Ecclesiastes 3) Has the “time to heal” finally arrived?
Research shows that games include essential learning processes that can increase students’ engagement and motivation and make them truly fall in love with educational-related learning.