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want to sit on the sidelines. Marisa Gordon spoke about efforts to develop young leadership in Argentina under the title JNF future. A church without opportunities to serve is boring at best, disobedient at worst. This fact however is subject to debate; some may argue that this method of authoritative leadership has worked well in the past but with the ever increasing population of Gen-Ys currently already in the workforce, is this style of leadership effective in bringing the organisation. They want to be corrected by leaders. Its not about a program or process; its about a relationship. Gen-Ys have grown up in a culture that is very child centric, which means that they were raised by active, involved parents who has often chose to helicopter over their child in almost all aspects of their lives. The aim of the work is to foster young leadership that will undertake modern, innovative projects. They quickly recognize manufactured joy, but they value leaders with true joy. Gael Grinwald, who spoke about Jewish, Zionist and ecological education.
They want leaders to be mentors. With the program's establishment, a green group has been created with people from both countries, which includes 24 members age 22 to 35, who are educated, talented and highly motivated. Many people would like to believe that once they have been put in a position of authority over others that they automatically assume the respect and the cooperation of others in the team. Gael Grinwald, KKL JNF Deputy Chairman, also in charge of education;. The younger generation deplores autocratic leaders.