Jan Yager, Ph.D.
Jan Yager, Ph.D. Speaking and Training Topics

THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP
7 ways friendship can make or break your career
How to recognize and end harmful friendships
The 3 types of friends, and why you need each one
How friendship could improve your personal relationships
Are men better friends than women?
Dr. Jan Yager, who has been studying friendship since it was the subject of her dissertation (City University of New York, 1983), also did a survey of 257 human resource managers on workplace friendships. Jan Yager is available for speeches, including keynote addresses, workshops, or seminars on the power of friendship.


Books

FRIENDSHIFTS: THE POWER OF FRIENDSHIP AND HOW IT SHAPES OUR LIVES
(Hannacroix Creek Books, 1997; Jaico [India] 1998). "To find out more about making friends, keeping friends and fixing-or breaking-friendships, read "Friendshifts" by Jan Yager. It's one of the few books on the subject and a particularly good one."-Marguerite Kelly, The Washington Post

Article

"Make Office Friendships Work for You."National Business Employment Weekly, cover story, 4/97

"Friendships at Work." Personal Excellence, 11/97

"Making Friends,"Personal Excellence, 10/96

"Finding Friendship: A New Mother's Need for Companionship." Parent Guide, 9/97

"New Mothers, New Friends," McCall's, 1/88

"The Friendship Factor in Marriage," American Baby, 3/88

"Marriage and Friendship," Modern Bride, 2/87

"Friendship Throughout Life." New York: Public Affairs Committee booklet, 1983.
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