The Journal

Rabbi Naphtali Hoff
In a previous post, we discussed how leaders can use the “EARN approach” to give effective feedback to team members. Following are some other tips to help you deliver more effective feedback to your coworkers. Be positive – If your intention is genuine, and you can convey this to the employee, there’s a good chance... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Yosef Kaufman
Pleasure is not a quality that is sweet, simple, wonderful, or even tangential. Rather, it is an existential state that all humans intensely desire, seek out, pursue, pay for---read the Bible, the Iliad, the news---and something that we will kill for and go to war for. Every nerve in our (Read More)

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Rabbi Dr. Nachum Amsel
This essay is reprinted from the book, “The Encyclopedia of Jewish Values” published by Urim, or the upcoming books, “The Encyclopedia of Jewish Values: Man to Man” or “The Encyclopedia of Jewish Values: Man to G-d” to be published in the future. This essay is not intended as a source of practical halachic (legal) rulings. For... Read more » (Read More)
Rabbi Avraham Edelstein
Shabbos in general, and Shabbos meals in particular, are probably the most transformational experiences that one could offer to a non-affiliated Jew. While every ba’al teshuvah has a unique story and set of elements which influenced him/her, Shabbos almost always features as (Read More)
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