Session 4 - The Accountability Plan
On Wednesday, April 18, 2012, Rabbi Charles Savenor, director of kehilla enrichment, and Robert Leventhal, USCJ's new leadership specialist, presented the fourth webinar of Sulam for Current Leaders (SCL), “The Accountability Plan”. Over 65 kehilla (congregational) leaders from around North America participated in this interactive webinar experience that was held noon EST.
This webinar focused on how boards and their leaders can learn how to:
- Set realistic goals for volunteers and staff
- Track the progress of your board’s goals and initiatives
- Give constructive feedback to volunteers
- Recognize and acknowledge volunteer and staff success
This webinar is a training session for facilitators and kehilla leaders who will implement the workshop in their own local kehillot. While designed as a part of a series, this session – and all of the SCL workshops – can be ran as a one-time, stand-alone leadership development training program.
Building upon the "The Delegation Plan" webinar, this session is designed to help leaders track their goals, give feedback to volunteers and assess the effectiveness of the board with the goal of creating a board improvement plan.
You are invited to listen and view to the webinar here.
To review the content of the PowerPoint slide presentation, click here.
The components for the session are found below.
What people are saying about Sulam for Current Leaders webinars: Having materials on line, and the training the trainer model is beneficial so that we’re not reinventing the wheel. Why should each synagogue have to create their own training session? – Haran Rashes, Ann Arbor, MI
The next Sulam for Current Leaders webinar (SCL 5) on “The Volunteer Staff Partnership Plan” will take place on Wednesday, May 30th at 12pm EST. To register, click here.
Please contact your local kehilla relationship manager (KRM), Bob Leventhal and Rabbi Charlie Savenor with any questions or suggestions that you may have about these SCL materials. We can be reached at 212-533-7800 or Kehilla@uscj.org.