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February - March, 2018

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Tuesday, February 6, 2018
21 Shevat, 5778
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
JLI: If Sticks and Stones Break Bones, Words Are Atom Bombs
What makes silence golden? Why are well-timed words so powerfully constructive, whereas ill-timed words are so fatally destructive? What makes words so powerful? This lesson considers how our words impact people’s impressions of us, as well as our emotions and reality, and how we can learn to unleash the power of words more discerningly.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
28 Shevat, 5778
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
JLI: Context Matters
The simplest messages are often misconstrued in ways we could never predict. Constructing a clear argument is important, but peripherals such as tone, body language, and context can ruin our message, making it sound like static noise, or worse. How do we ensure the listener’s takeaway is the same as the one we intended to communicate?

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
5 Adar, 5778
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
JLI: Influence
Communication is the tool of great leaders and a powerful way to influence. Is communication meant for self-expression, or do we carry a responsibility to utilize its power to influence others? How do we know when to share, and when to keep to ourselves? And how do we determine when we are being influential, and when we are just projecting our insecurities onto others?

Tuesday, February 27, 2018
12 Adar, 5778
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7:00pm - 8:30pm
JLI: Conflict Resolution
Surprisingly, conflict isn’t always a bad thing. In adversarial collaboration, conflict broadens horizons to reveal more profound truths. What can we learn from the argumentative style of Talmud study, to shift from an ego-driven, win-lose mentality to one in which all parties are winners? And how can we engage in healthy conflict—and resolution—for the betterment of society?