Dr. David G. Javitch

Dr. David G. Javitch is an organizational psychologist, leadership specialist, and President of Javitch Associates in Newton, Mass. Author of How to Achieve Power in Your Life, Javitch is in demand as a consultant for his skills in assessment, coaching, training and facilitating groups and retreats.

More From Dr. David G. Javitch

Leadership

How to Get Employees to Generate Great Ideas

Seek team members' honest feedback and watch your business thrive.
Leadership

Changing Trends: Rethinking Telecommuting?

Returning to a "core time" mandate could resolve some of the problems created by flexible schedules and remote employees.
Leadership

Helping Employees Beat the End-of-Summer Blues

10 ways to deal with mid-year burnout and revitalize your team
Growth Strategies

7 Steps to Defuse Workplace Tension

Don't let unresolved conflict poison your office.
Leadership

How to Survive Employee Performance Appraisals

They're a necessary evil, so you might as well make them relatively painless.
Leadership

Motivating Gen X, Gen Y Workers

A primer on how to get the most out of younger employees
Growth Strategies

Keep Employees Motivated After Downsizing

What to do when you have fewer employees and the same amount of work
Leadership

Positive Steps for Managing Conflict

10 strategies to help minimize the negative impacts of office tension
Growth Strategies

Create a Positive Corporate Culture

Examine your beliefs, goals and values to create a positive atmosphere in your business.
Growth Strategies

10 Challenges for Your New Year

How to make 2010 a successful year for you and your employees.
Growth Strategies

10 Qualities of Superior Leaders

Do you have these essential leadership qualities?
Growth Strategies

Look Before You Leap at Change

Ask these 8 crucial questions to make sure everyone's on board before you act.
Growth Strategies

5 Employee Motivation Myths Debunked

Recognition--not money--is the real motivator in a down economy.
Growth Strategies

5 Steps to Deal with Difficult Employees

Ignoring a problematic staffer could jeopardize the success of the entire organization.
Growth Strategies

The Layoff and Downsizing Dilemma

To stay afloat you may need to layoff, furlough or terminate employees.
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