In this second class on Jewish Leadership, the theme of personal development as a means to becoming a public leader is discussed further. We will then take a look at leadership from a practical perspective regarding skills and attributes that can assist a leader such as passion, creativity, and being a team player. Finally, we will explore how university students and young professionals have the ability not only to serve as Jewish leaders by brainstorming, planning, and implementing Jewish programs, but also have the power to orchestrate a worldwide renaissance in Jewish life.