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POSTPONED! Jews, Muslims & Christians Working Together - An Israeli Success Story

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POSTPONED! Jews, Muslims & Christians Working Together - An Israeli Success Story
POSTPONED! Jews, Muslims & Christians Working Together - An Israeli Success Story

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Jun 16, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

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Jewish, Muslim and Christian team members working together

Navigating the challenges of running a medical company with a diverse workforce comprising individuals from Jewish, Muslim, and Christian backgrounds can indeed be complex. Each religion may have its own dietary restrictions, religious holidays, and cultural practices that need to be. Fostering an inclusive and respectful work environment where individuals from different religious backgrounds feel valued and understood can be a continuous effort. This may involve education and training on religious diversity and sensitivity, establishing policies to prevent discrimination or harassment based on religious beliefs, and promoting open communication and mutual respect among employees. Furthermore, addressing potential conflicts or misunderstandings that may arise requires effective conflict resolution skills and a commitment to promoting understanding and harmony among team members.

While managing a medical company with a diverse workforce including individuals from Jewish, Muslim, and Christian backgrounds presents unique challenges, it also offers an opportunity to foster inclusivity, diversity, and mutual respect within the organization, ultimately contributing to a more harmonious and productive workplace.

Learn how these two organizations have navigated multicultural complexities with great success, and tips and lessons learned that we can apply in our medical communities and campuses for better collegiality in these challenging times.

For more info about NGT visit  www.NGT-healthcare2.com

Zohar Gendler:

Led the establishment and investment in a large group of start-up companies, such as Mazor Robotics (sold to Medtronic for $1.6B), Corindus (sold to Siemens Healthcare for $1.1B), Prolor Biotech (sold to OPKO, for $480M), ReWalkwww.rewalk.com (NASDAQ: RWLK), Regentis (www.regentis.co.il), and many others. Since 2015, Managing Director and CEO of NGT Healthcare II and NGTVC-2012, which are early-stage venture capital funds investing in life-science technologies.

Since 2022, NGT Healthcare II has invested in 12 companies, all in the medical fields.

Zohar serves as Chairman of the Board of Ark Surgical, Plas-Free Intragel, CardioVia, CUSPA, Paragate Medical and others, and as Board Member of Elgan Pharma, Virility Medical, Barcode Diagnostics and others.

Zohar was former Co-Chief Executive Officer at Beta-O2 Technologies and the Chief Executive Officer at the Technion Incubator.

Gained a wide range of experience in identifying new technologies and in establishing, directing, and creating value for technology-based start-up companies.

Since 2017 Serves as a Board member of the Israel Society for Medical and Biological engineering

Served as a member of the Technion’s Patent Committee. (1998 – 2006).

Earned his M.Sc. in material engineering, a B.Sc. in physics, and a certificate in business management, all from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.

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