David Jon Bowman is a prolific author of training and educational programs.
The continuing crisis of worker confusion, fear and disloyalty – due to corporate downsizings, plant closures and restructurings – caused him to co-author the fast-selling book, How Do I Find The Right Job? Ask The Experts!, published by John Wiley & Sons.
His rapid re-employment system, The "Key" To Your Career Future! deals with today’s many difficult issues surrounding a successful job-search and career-management. It contains a 460-page encyclopedia (for the visual learner), as well as over 4.5 hours of audio instruction (for the auditory learner). It also includes a "Quick View" for those in a hurry to find and land a new job. Contents include: It's Your Career® – Power It! (featuring instruction about self-assessment, resume writing and interviewing) and It's Your Career® – Advance It!(featuring methods to climb the corporate career ladder). This is considered to be the most complete career transition and advancement guide ever published.
When "homework" is assigned prior to coaching sessions, this one-on-one time can be used for campaign strategizing, NOT teaching job-search principles and techniques – a much more efficient use of coaching time and dollars.
A recent audio release is You’re In Charge Of You!, covering the seven critical elements of an effective job-search: Self-Assessment, Resume Writing, Interviewing, Negotiating, Networking, Researching Opportunities and How To Work With Employment Agencies.
He also is the author of the It’s Your Career!® series (It’s Your Career® – Power It and It’s Your Career® – Advance It!), two audio-sequenced-to-video tutorials about the realities of the new workplace and how to “take charge of your career.”
In addition, David authored School’s Over, Now What?, a job-search guide for high school and college grads, as well as Returning To Business, a job-search and career-management tutorial for veterans leaving the military.
His on-line training programs include Preventing Sexual Harassment and Workplace Violence Prevention. Each are “audio sequenced to slides” for better learning and longer retention of learned material.
He also is a contributor to print media for workplace issues: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Miami Herald, NY Daily News, Investor's Business Daily, Los Angeles Business Journal, Emmy, CBS MarketWatch, Boxoffice, Reuters, etc.