Ep 6: Engaging with millennials, knowing your self-worth, and successfully scaling a business with R' Avraham Edelstein by Rabbi Jacob Rupp published on 2017-07-26T16:19:46Z At the helm of everything going on today in Jewish outreach and currently leading the charge with Neve College for Women, Rabbi Avraham Edelstein provides a wealth of knowledge in all areas of business and non-profit work in this week’s podcast. Rabbi Edelstein is currently the Director of Neve College for Women in Jerusalem, Director of Ner LeElef, and a Senior Consultant for Olami, in addition to his full-time positions as a father, a husband, a rabbi, and a mentor. His experience covers a vast array of business expertise, including working directly with hundreds of millennials around the world, successfully changing business culture within large organizations, and knowing one’s self-worth independent of a job title. He spends his daylight hours in Neve College for Women, speaking to women from around the world about their Jewish identity, teaching Jewish thought and philosophy, and managing a team of incredible teachers, mentors, and influencers who come to work every day to inspire their students. Every month he travels to cities around the world to speak about best practices in kiruv, team management, company culture, and working with millennials today. In this podcast you’ll learn: The importance of mentoring and modeling in your professional development journey. How best to engage with millennials today. The 3 key aspects to changing company culture. How to know if what you’re doing and where you are is best for you on a day-to-day basis. That you need to learn that you’re not everything, you cannot do everything on your own, and you need partners in all your endeavors.