The Torah portion Chukat has many facets, but I focused on the well-known story-line where Moses loses his patience and strikes the rock twice to get water after G-d had told him to speak to the rock. I’ve found that there are a couple of great leadership lessons here. On the surface, the takeaway is […]
This week’s Torah portion is called Korah (with a guttural “kh” at the end) after the name of the Bond villain in the storyline. It’s a fairly gruesome section of the Torah, starting with an insurrection by Korah and ending with Korah, his 250 followers, and all of their families being swallowed up by the […]
This is a sketchnote from Guy Winterbotham’s talk on the steps to get a team from “The Circus of the Damned” to a place of healthy conflict where innovation and ideas flourish. The link to Guy’s slideshare is here.
Who knew that if you only took the time out to read and think, you would find that the problems we have in society today existed millennia ago! Sh’lach L’cha talks about, among many other things, fear-mongering and slander and their impact on the court of public opinion. The reaction of the Israelites to the […]