Fall 2017: Results from the Second Annual Employee Engagement Survey.
March 2017: This report outlines practical steps that lay leaders can take to promote progress in building stronger leadership pipelines.
Fall 2016: Results from the Pilot Employee Engagement Survey.
March 2014: This groundbreaking report investigates why critical Jewish institutions are struggling to find the talent they need, particularly at the most senior ranks.
January 2018: This guide provides templates and tools for effective onboarding that can be modified to meet the needs of any organization, released January 2018.
January 2018 – Two millennial Jewish professionals reflect on the Leading Edge Employee Engagement survey and its implications for attracting and retaining and the best and brightest millennial professionals.
November 2017 – The Chief Talent Officer of Hillel International reflects on the concrete changes that Hillel has made as a result of a deep analysis of its employee engagement data.
October 2017 – Leaders from Jim Joseph Foundation reflect on the Foundation’s recent commitment to increase its support for talented and inspiring Jewish educators and leaders.
May 2017 – This article, which mentions Leading Edge, describes how focusing on three organizational pillars of culture, people, and leadership can help fuel meaningful collaboration.
November 2015 – The founding Executive Director of Leading Edge describes the first three programs that the organization will launch to tackle the leadership pipeline challenge: CEO Onboarding, Leading Places to Work, and the Lay Leadership Commission.
January 2015 – The Executive Director of Leading Edge describes how organizations fundamentally change because the people within adapt and change too.
May 2017 – The Executive Director of Leading Edge discusses the emerging work of Leading Edge in the areas of CEO on-boarding, lay leadership development, and evaluating great places to work in the Jewish community.
March 2017 – The Executive Director of Leading Edge explores how the rabbis of the Talmud give us clues about how to manage Jewish organizations that reflect Jewish values.