Songleader Boot Camp (SLBC) is a very unique and powerful one-day local leadership training immersion program geared for Jewish educators, Rabbis, Cantors, cantorial soloists, religious and day school educators, family engagement specialists, early childhood educators, veteran and new songleaders, teens, and college students. SLBC Day of Leadership provides an extraordinary opportunity to cultivate leadership growth and development in your community at a very low cost.
SLBC Day of Leadership explores the physiology, psychology, strategy, and execution behind explosive Jewish leadership, teaching, and song leading. The SLBC Local Conference is led by SLBC Executive Director, Rick Recht, the top touring artist in Jewish music.
During SLBC Day of Leadership, participants create a SLBC Strategic Road Map including goals, milestones, expected challenges, and needed resources. Participants also create a calendar and assign skills development goals to specific dates.
The SLBC Day of Leadership Conference is a turn-key package including extensive SLBC Office support. It is likely venues hosting the SLBC Day of Leadership will recoup a great deal of conference costs or even recognize a profit from hosting.
SLBC Turnkey Package
SLBC Day of Leadership – Sample Schedule (1PM-8:30PM)
|2:00-2:50||–||Star State: Peak Performance Methodologies|
|3:00-4:30||–||Head to Toes/ Round Robin: Interactive Body Dynamics|
|4:40-5:30||–||RTKS: Jewish Teaching Technologies|
Participants have found SLBC to be a deeply transformative and life-changing experience.
“I don’t know of any place like this place. SLBC is a blend of music and conversation and inspiration and worship and really collective thinking together about what are the needs of our time. SLBC is transformative!”
Rabbi Bradley Artson, American Jewish University, Los Angeles, CA
“I have never seen anything like SLBC in any other environment.
The level of inspiration is so high and the commitment to translation is so significant.”
Rabbi Sharon Brous, IKAR, Los Angeles, CA
“It is definitely not the education we get in Cantorial or Rabbinical school. It’s real life skills that we use on the bima and in the classroom, interacting with people on an everyday basis and also interacting as spiritual leaders.”
Hazzan Joanna Dulkin, The Jewish Center, Princeton, NJ