The Department of Religion at the Chautauqua Institution examines "The Ethics of Leadership" from the perspective of well known civic and religious leaders.
These leaders share angles of vision that define ethical leadership as a social responsibility that safeguards the foundations for the flourishing of civil society. This lecture features Rabbi Irwin Kula.
Rabbi Irwin Kula
Irwin Kula is the president of CLAL - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. Author of Yearnings: Embracing the Sacred Messiness of Life (2006), which won a "Books for a Better Life Award," Rabbi Kula was featured in the public TV special, "The Hidden Wisdom of Our Yearnings."
Named by both Fast Company magazine and Religion and Ethics Newsweekly (PBS) as one of the new leaders shaping the American spiritual landscape, he is the co-host of KXL's weekly radio show, Hirschfield and Kula (Portland, OR), is a regular on The Today Show, and is often quoted in the press. He is an eighth-generation rabbi.