Dr. Limor Sagi
Do not go where the road leads. Go on a path that no one is on, and leave your footprintsRalph Waldo Emerson
Dr. Limor Sagi is a lecturer in Health Systems Management and Organizational Development Studies.
In her dissertation, in the Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University, she examined the empirical validity of the generalized threat theory, a theory that attributes prejudice to a defined group to threat feelings that arise from it.
Inter-group relationships are a major area of interest of hers, and one that she has dealt with in many aspects, both theoretical and applied, to alleviate social group rivalry.
Dr. Limor Sagi has an extensive experience in consulting and organizational development.
She has held various organizational consulting positions with the Israel Police, with the latter having served as Deputy Head of Organizing and Consulting Development in the Behavioral Sciences Department.
She is currently an independent organizational consultant engaged in organizational development, strategic planning, executive guidance and leadership development in various organizations.
Areas of study: Fundamentals of management, Practicum in consulting and organizational development