About Shifra Bronznick

Shifra Bronznick is the principal of Bronznick & Co., LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in launching new initiatives and helping not-for-profits navigate change.  She consults to a wide range of organizations, including the Public Education Network,  the American Jewish World Service, the Charles H. Revson Foundation, the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and the White House Project.  Shifra designed the WHP National Women’s Leadership Summits, which convened the most influential women in business, government, the nonprofit sector, and academia.  Her newest initiative for the White House Project, “Women Rule,” is a groundbreaking leadership program for women, launched in partnership with O, the Oprah magazine. Shifra is also the founder and president of Advancing Women Professionals  and the Jewish Community (www.advancingwomen.org).  Previously,  Shifra served as executive vice president of Swig, Weiler & Arnow, one of New York’s premier commercial real estate firms.

Leadership vs. Change

By November 14, 2008

Marty’s favorite definition of leadership is that leadership is disappointing your own people at a rate they can absorb. One of Obama’s most attractive traits is that he has the capacity to stand back and see what is happening while … Read More

Saving Jobs in the Great Recession

By November 12, 2008

Some everyday voices from a Jewish community near you: Quote #1: "Officially, I have Fridays off. I get paid for four days though I still work five. At least I’m not working six days." Quote #2: "You’re doing a great … Read More