Welcome to David S. Wolfman Consulting: THE HUMAN SIDE OF CHANGE ®
Change is something to embrace, not fear. David S. Wolfman Consulting, LLC was founded to help you embrace change and move forward toward new possibilities, whether it’s in the congregations and organizations you lead or in your own life and career.
It’s human nature to avoid change in order to avoid conflict. By avoiding that change, however, you can be creating the very conflict you want to avoid. We can guide you though the daunting process of Change and Transition, even when those changes may involve the highest levels of conflict.
Rabbi David Wolfman has served the Jewish community for over 25 years and has been a leader in a network of the brightest and most creative professionals in the field. He has formed a complex and comprehensive network of resources who freely share expertise, learning and, when appropriate, cross referral.
Rabbi David Wolfman has helped hundreds of individuals and organizations find a way forward through his extensive professional training and real-world experience. We are proud of our results and we look forward to assisting you.
Please contact us directly to learn more about how we can help you or your organization negotiate the human side of change.
— Testimonials —
Rabbi Eric Yoffie
President Emeritus, Union for Reform Judaism
Rabbi David Wolfman worked for the URJ for the entire time that I served as President. He knows synagogues as well as anyone in North America, and was masterful in supporting congregational activities, advising rabbis, dealing with crises, and mediating disputes. His mentschlikeit and organizational expertise make him an extraordinary asset in any organizational setting. I recommend him wholeheartedly.
Rabbi Lenny Thal
Past Senior VP,Union for Reform Judaism, CCAR Placement Director
It was my good fortune to work closely with Rabbi David Wolfman during my many years as Senior Vice President of the Union for Reform Judaism. During that time I observed first hand (and about which I frequently heard second hand) his interactions with congregations. He was consistently dedicated to the task of enabling congregational leaders (lay and professional) to prompt their synagogues to become the very best that they could be. The adjectives that come to mind when I recall David’s work would include: insightful, inspiring, creative, astute, stimulating, provocative, reassuring, sensitive, responsive and menschlich – ALWAYS menschlich! In short, his professionalism and his obvious love for the synagogue as the most important institution in Jewish life comes through clearly to all with whom he has worked and counseled.