LEADERSHIP—BRINGING OUT THE BEST IN OTHERS…

BEHA’ALOTECHA — Being a good leader at work and at home is a difficult task.  But being a good leader does not mean necessarily that we are in control.  It may mean being the one who promotes the strengths of others.  The problem is that often, when we see the strengths of others, we are threatened. Somehow, we think, their strengths mean the diminishment of our own.  It’s either “they have the power” or “I have the power.” Sharing leadership is a real challenge for anyone. In our Torah portion this week it is reported to Moses that two...

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