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Yalta and the Place of Anger in Leadership

Hosted By: Valley Beit Midrash

Valley Beit Midrash hosts a discussion on the role of anger in bringing about change, questioning whether it is a useful tool or inherently destructive and unbecoming for leaders. The session will explore whether gender bias affects the perception of anger in male and female leaders and examine what Yalta, one of the few named women in the Talmud, can teach about the place of anger and social change.

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