The New Leadership Network is an informal network initiative of individuals who play senior professional and lay (pro bono) leadership roles in British Jewish organisations.
NLN’s purpose is for its members to benefit each other, their organisations and therefore the community at large, by building relationships, sharing resources, and learning about and debating issues and opportunities. NLN is also keen to promote communal activism by encouraging more people to take responsible roles in communal agencies and initiatives.
As a ‘Network’, NLN is committed to being open to all those who contribute in meaningful senior leadership roles and who wish to join the Network, sharing and shaping our collective values and vision.
The New Leadership Network is an independent network supported by the JLC. Two NLN members were invited to sit on the JLC’s Council of Membership (James Libson and Steven Lewis, now both also Chairs of organisations).
Updates about NLN:
In January, the New Leadership Network hosted a lunch meeting with Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Ed Balls MP. The lunch was hosted and chaired by Jonathan Goldstein. Balls was keen to meet with young leaders from the community. Balls is a longstanding friend of the Jewish Community and has always taken an active interest […]
September saw the fourth successful networking event this year for the New Leadership Network. It focused on Engaging with our Successors, chaired by James Libson, Partner at Mishcon and Chair of WJR. Andy Rubin, CEO of Pentland highlighted how they recruit and develop future talent internally; David Ereira, partner of Ereira Mendoza and Deputy Chair of […]
Earlier today, twenty members of the New Leadership Network (NLN) active in the business world met with former Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government Hazel Blears MP. Blears is currently Member of Parliament for Salford and Eccles. In addition to chairing Labour’s Social Action/Big Society Taskforce she is currently the only female member […]