strategic thinking​

I'm now willing to take on new challenges and support a new group of current and future leaders.

Are you one of them?

During the past five years, that toolkit helped launch successful nonprofits, substantially grow and reinvigorate programs, and to support the work of genuinely amazing leaders, working tirelessly to make Israel better.

Working with do-gooders, decision-makers, creatives, consultants & communities, I've formulated, shaped, reshaped (and reshaped again…) my strategic toolkit.

Since joining Jerusalem Open House & IGY in eighth grade, I've been an activist.

 Through the years, I held many other titles – Policy Nerd, spokesperson, law student, content strategist, events & pride producer, publicist, board member, and chairperson, to count some. I was even editor-in-chief of a magazine at one point.

My Story

 I'll never have a better solution then you. my job is to help you figure out how to find and execute that solution to success.

these pillars serve as the center of what should always be a holistic, multi-faceted approach toward strategic thinking.

My three-piece strategic toolkit is flexible enough to be tailor-maid for the particular problems at hand, yet adequately structured to utilize tried-and-true methods and my expertise best.

The strategic toolkit

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Communities-driven Impact

stronger together

Without a community, even the justest call for change will be drowned out in the noise. 

That's why we must put communities at the center. It's  about using our analysis & infrastructure to better understand, reach, and grow diverse, engaged communities – genuinely motivating communities and providing them with the right tools to advance our cause.

With communities at the forefront, we're able to build networks of influence, foster partnerships, shape public discourse & public opinion, and to make sure bureaucrats and public officials do justice by our communities and are rewarded for doing so.

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Infrastructure

change that outlives the change agent

"Sustainable change" is the buzzword on everyone's lips, yet even those who shape reality today struggle to reliably do so in a constantly changing world.

The key is infrastructure: Planning infrastructure, human infrastructure, technological infrastructure, financial infrastructure, and the like are the engine for robust, long-term impact.

That's why we focus on institutional capacity building – the foundation which enables organizations and movements to utilize value-based opportunities to achieve its goal and successfully have an impact that outlives its source agents.

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Values-centric Analysis

core-to-impact​

What’s our purpose? how do we achieve it?

We will start with a 360-degree analysis, identifying the resources, needs & gaps: personally, organizationally and in the relevant field.

The core of this process is a values-centric approach – both existing and desired. It is a process that requires honesty, transparency, and willingness to go deeper.

A more precise connection to our core values brings clarity, perspective, and momentum. From there, our movement or organization is already better positioned to achieve impact and better lives.

we cannot predict the future, but we can invent it

Dennis Gabor
Contacts

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