Harvey Dubin

Vice President | 29 YEARS

He won’t let you off the hook

Harvey Dubin has designed and led JMW client engagements for nearly three decades, helping organizations significantly enhance their performance and continually deliver dramatically elevated results. In addition to providing consultation and guidance to senior executives and senior executive teams, Harvey works with organizations’ senior-level staff to enhance their leadership capabilities and to fulfill their roles in securing the future and enabling the exponential growth of their companies.

Harvey’s expertise also extends to the development of JMW proprietary materials and performance technologies. One of his primary areas of focus is providing leaders at the highest levels of organizations with the new models of leadership required to generate breakthrough performance and sustain that performance over time. Clients credit Harvey for a fearless approach that helps lead them to accomplishments that set new standards for what is possible for their companies and in their industries.

Harvey has consulted with JMW clients around the world, including South America, Australia, Canada, Europe, and the United States. He has provided guidance and counsel to executives in a broad range of sectors, including manufacturing, energy, defense, government, production, IT services, transportation, medical technology, and financial services.

In addition, Harvey is the author of the article “Building High Performance Teams” in Chief Learning Officer magazine and the JMW Paper When Competing Means Coming Together: What Makes Partnerships Work. He is also the subject of an HR.com expert interview on helping clients face significant organizational performance challenges.

Clients

In recent years, organizations Harvey has worked with include Northrup Grumman, Exxon Mobil, Network Rail, Devon Energy, Boston Scientific, IRS, Chevron, and W.R. Grace.

 

Also about Harvey:

  • Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Maryland
  • Master of Arts degree from the University of Maryland
  • Splits his time between Miami, Florida and Columbia, Maryland