Leadership Coaching

Help Australian Jewish Funders & LaunchPad by speaking with a member of their organization for a few sessions about how to become a more effective leader.
Australian Jewish Funders & LaunchPad
Melbourne, Australia
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Posted November 25th

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What We Need
  • 6-8 coaching sessions with a staff member
  • Actionable steps and advice to address an ongoing managerial issue
  • Assessment of the effectiveness of the Organization's leadership team
Additional Details

I would love to work with a coach on my leadership skills and ability. As the community and innovation manager at AJF, I work with many leaders of communal organisations and support many to build their own leadership. To have my own coach and be developing my personal and professional skills would be wonderful for both myself and the organisation.

What We Have In Place
  • We currently have a growth mindset and eagerness to learn, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a network of leaders who will benefit from my learnings, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,198 , allowing us to continue providing leadership development opportunities to leaders of Jewish communal organisations in Australia

This project will help to empower me to lead more strategically and effectively. This will also enable me to work more productively and have a greater understanding of the benefits of coaching and the experiences involved.

Project Plan

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Milestone 1: Initial Assessment
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager discuss perceived areas of strength and area of improvement, leadership style, and assessment of team motivation and morale
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager decide on specific areas to focus on and goals for coaching sessions
  • Professional communicates if feedback from other members of the Organization will be necessary
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Milestone 2: Coaching Sessions
  • In-depth discussions may include issues such as strategy and goal-setting, program management, personnel management, and board management
  • Various techniques may be employed by the Leadership Coach to achieve the desired results
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Milestone 3: Wrap-up and Learnings
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional evaluate lessons learned and progress made
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss areas and actionable items to focus on going forward
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Australian Jewish Funders & LaunchPad
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Our Mission

Australian Jewish Funders (AJF) is the network of Jewish donors inspiring effective philanthropy and strengthening community. AJF's mission is to lead and collaborate at the individual and collective levels to improve the quality of giving, encourage Jewish innovation and maximise impact.

LaunchPad is a platform for Jewish community innovation developed by AJF creating opportunities for entrepreneurship, activism and collaboration. LaunchPad's mission is to inspire change-makers and philanthropists from across generations, backgrounds and experiences, to connect, think, create and lead, to build a thriving and sustainable Jewish community.

Together, AJF and LaunchPad are in the unique position to develop creative collaborations; amongst funders, between funders, community activists and for-purpose communal organisations.

What We Do

Driven by Jewish values, the AJF aims to provide a space to enhance and nurture strategic philanthropy, explore philanthropic best practice and encourage innovation amongst like-minded funders, inspiring members to have a greater impact on the Jewish community, wider Australian society and the world.

AJF have developed strong connections with visionary philanthropic and communal leaders globally. These partnerships support our mission, expand our reach and empower our network. Through innovation, collaboration and leadership, we facilitate bold, meaningful programs and opportunities for donors, activists and for-purpose organisations.

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Responding to COVID-19 programming was moved online offering a variety of workshops and conversations supporting our network navigating these uncertain times.

Emerging Social Investors Fellowship:
An in-depth learning and leadership experience for emerging stewards of personal and/or family giving. Fellows gain tools and strategies for effective giving, meet some of the country's top leaders in philanthropy and social investment, go on site visits and make a personal grant to their areas of desired impact.

LaunchPad:
Infused with Jewish wisdom and a collaborative mindset, LaunchPad creates opportunities for entrepreneurship, activism and collaboration to reimagine what is possible for engagement and connection in Jewish life.

LaunchPad Retreat:
The annual LaunchPad 3-day, immersive retreat brings together Jewish leaders and activists from across Australia to think big about what's possible for the Jewish community and then make things happen. It is a gateway to connect with like-minded community members to build groundbreaking, meaningful Jewish initiatives.

LaunchPad Hub:
The LaunchPad Hub in Melbourne is Australia's first co-working space for Jewish community. Co-workers are made up of for-profit businesses and for-purpose communal organisations working within and outside the Jewish community. Being part of the LaunchPad Hub allows co-workers to network and collaborate with Jewish organisations and a multitude of events on offer each month.

LaunchPad Co-Labs:
Collaborative working groups to bring our two networks of funders (AJF
members) and activists (LaunchPad alumni) together with communal for-purpose organisations for greater impact. We have successfully launched three Co-Labs: LaunchPad's Holocaust Regeneration Co-Lab, LaunchPad's Inclusion Co-Lab and LaunchPad's Food Distribution Co-Lab.

The Jewish Teen Giving Initiative:
Empowers a diverse group of year 9 students by enabling them to engage with the real-life application of Tikkun Olam and Tzedakah. Over the course of a year, participants explore the changes they wish to see in the world and learn the tools of philanthropy and grant-making to enable incredible grassroots initiatives of their choosing.