- Professional Experience:
Consultant on communications, personalized management, workshops for senior managers and politicians; advisor on personal communication skills for politicians and senior managers from leading public and private companies, on managerial communications and managing negotiations; consultant to CEOs, board chairpeople and owners of banks, high-tech companies, industrialists, prime ministers, mayors, high-ranking police officers, senior managers of government offices, upper echelons of the Israel Security Agency.
Personal communications consultant offering training to help individuals improve their communications skills, and make presentations to boards of directors, employees and customers, and negotiate more effectively; presenter at economic conferences (Herzliya, Caesaria, and others); mass media appearances including television radio and press conferences; academic representative on the Management Board of the Israel Broadcast Authority (IBA) and a member of the Digital Media Committee of the IBA.
2003: Ph.D. in communications and journalism, Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
1996: M.A. in communications, journalism and social psychology, Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
1995: B.A. in communications, journalism and education, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- Subjects Taught:
Communications skills for management, managing business negotiations, theory of interviewing, art of public speaking and persuasion, research methods.
- Research Interests:
Verbal and nonverbal communications in the median interpersonal communication; political marketing, advertising and impact of communications.
1. Grebelsky-Lichtman, T. (2014). Parental Patterns of Cooperation in Parent-Child Interactions: The Relationship Between Nonverbal and Verbal Communication. Human Communication Research, 40, 1-29 (A in Communication; IF= 2.088; 4/72 in Communication).
2. Grebelsky-Lichtman, T. Children’s Verbal and Nonverbal Congruent or Incongruent Communication during Parent-Child Interactions. Human Communication Research, In press (A in Communication; IF= 2.088; 4/72 in Communication).
3. Grebelsky-Lichtman, T. The Role of Verbal and Nonverbal Behavior in Televised Political Debates. Journal of Political Marketing, In press (B in Communication).
4. Grebelsky-Lichtman, T. (2012). The Relationship of Verbal and Nonverbal Discrepancy and Non-discrepancy to Journalists’ Reactions: Hassan Nasrallah’s Television Appearances during the Second Lebanon War. Media Frames: Israeli Journal of Communication, 9, 99-131 [Hebrew] (B in Communication).