David Segal, PhD is a full time faculty at the School Behavioral Sciences, College of Management Academic Studies (COLMAN), where he served as Associate Dean (2008-2009), Chair of the Family Studies Graduate Program (2013-2016), and Head of the Management and Human Resources Major (2010-2016).
David Segal, PhD is a clinical psychologist and a senior organizational consultant. He served as a Chief Psychologist at the Department of Neurology (1996), the Day Rehabilitation Unit (1997), and the National Hemophilia Center (1997-1999), at The Chaim Sheba Medical Center. He also served as a member at The Public Committee for the Designation of Estate Funds, The Administrator General, The Ministry of Justice (2007-2014).
David Segal, PhD was an invited lecture at the Seminar on Women Entrepreneurship – Challenges and Successes (ComaS) (2016), the Seminar on Society, Authorities and Restorative Justice – Constructing Perceptions of Sexual Assault (Bar Ilan University) (2013), and the Symposium on “The Limits of supervision” (IPPA – Israeli Association for Organizational Development, Ramat Gan, Israel) (2010). He also presented papers at the 13th European Congress of Psychology (20113), and the 12th Biennial conference of the international society for the study of work and organizational values (ISSWOV) (2010).
Research Interests and teaching: Organizational Leadership & Behavior, Parenting.