A network of leaders from all population groups and sectors of Israeli society, in collaboration with Atudot Le'Israel, that builds trust among decision-makers and creates changes and multi-sector solutions for citizens and systems in four core areas: local governance, health, education, and employment
The promotion of socio-economic resilience is a complex challenge
which requires multi-sectoral and systemic collaboration, as well as determined leadership that promotes real-world solutions
Socio-economic resilience and trust are inter-related
Trust is the infrastructure for promoting cross-system collaboration and solutions, and its absence creates siloed work that hinders the potential for change.
It is possible to increase trust
by increasing one's awareness of the other through their stories, driving diversity, improving professionalism and ethics, and by promoting a concept of shared responsibility. These are the principles of mamlachtiut promoted by MAOZ.
Actions that increase trust between leaders and decision-makers will echo
to additional circles in the Israeli society and serve as a basis for cooperation and solutions in reality.
Recruitment and admission
of diverse, high-caliber candidates who have the potential to lead socio-economic change in Israel
Training and development
Training and development of leaders and establishing trust among them through the four MAOZ Fellows programs, created through the Atudut Le’Israel framework
Building a diverse, multi-disciplinary Network, increasing trust among its members, supporting life-long learning and development and establishing meaningful collaborations between them.
Accelerating socio-economic change processes based on data
in the strategic focus areas of the Network members
Spreading the mamlachti (common-good actions) discourse
among leaders and organizations in Israel via Echo programs and storytelling through Network members' organizations
Learning and modeling
MAOZ’s approach of trust building mamlachtiut (common-good actions)
In 2016, the Israeli government approved Atudot Le’Israel, a strategic plan to build human capital reserves for the public service sector in Israel. The program draws on the need to develop leadership reserves and enable leaders to work optimally as a network in several defined areas, such as welfare, cross-sectoral systems, local government, education and healthcare.
MAOZ operates through four joint ventures under this government decision and in partnership with the Israel Atudot Department in the Prime Minister’s Office: the INBAR
Joint Venture partners with the Ministry of Health, the ADVOT Joint Venture with the Ministry of Education, the MAKOM Joint Venture with the Ministry of Interior and the Employment Joint Venture with the Labor Branch in the Ministry of Labor, Welfare & Social Services.
MAOZ seeks to strengthen trust between managers in positions of influence, develop their personal networks, strengthen their leadership and trust capacities, accompany them in promoting social change initiatives that they lead and spread the way trust is built to the ecosystems of other leaders who influence the socio-economic field.
Each joint venture is involved in building its own strategy, selecting its fellows, designing its content and selecting which social change initiatives to accompany. Each joint venture defines its own outcomes, as well as the content focus areas that it seeks to promote.
MAOZ defined four outcomes which it seeks to achieve in a cross-venture manner and as an expression of its goals as an organization that seeks to be effective and committed to improving Israel’s socio-economic reality.
Strengthening Capacities in the Network
Promoting Changes in Reality
Increased trust among leaders
Improving the quality of life of Israeli citizens
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