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Some of TTG Consultants' many clients have included…
- Audubon Society,
- Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,
- DreamWorks SKG,
- Farmers Insurance Group,
- ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers),
- LA Metro,
- Lockheed Martin,
- Nestlé USA,
- Paramount Pictures,
- Participant Media,
- Sony Pictures,
- Twentieth Century Fox,
- Wilshire Associates (The Wilshire 5000 Stock Index) and
- to name only a few.
Bowman also has worked with the owners and executives of many smaller businesses and organizations.
He is a "thought-leader" and social media "influencer" regarding workplace and change management issues, as well as Corporate Talent Development / Human Capital Management. He is the former president of The International Association of Career Consulting Firms (IACCF), from which he received a Registered Career Consultant (“RCC”) Certification. He also holds the Certification of Career Management Fellow (“CMF”) from the Institute of Career Certification International (ICCI) – the premier global authority for certification of career and executive coaches – where he is a Member of the Board of Governors. He is known as America's Human Capital Consultant.
He is the co-author of the popular book, How Do I Find The Right Job? Ask The Experts!, published by John Wiley & Sons.
His latest release is the Key To Your Career Future! featuring Opening New Doors® – a 460-page job-search/career-management encyclopedia considered to be the most complete re-employment system ever published. Also included are 4.5 hours of Audio Instruction, as well as the It’s Your Career!® series – two audio tutorials about the realities of the new workplace and how to “take charge of your career.”
A recent audio release is You’re In Charge Of You!, covering the seven critical elements of an effective job-search. He also has authored School’s Over, Now What?, a job-search guide for high school and college grads, as well as Returning To Business, a vocational guide for military veterans. His on-line training programs include Preventing Sexual Harassment and Workplace Violence Prevention – each is audio-sequenced-to-slides for better learning and longer retention of learned material.
David frequently discusses career and workplace issues on national radio and television talk shows (ABC, CBS, NBC & FOX), as well as in newspapers and magazines throughout the U.S. (New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, USA Today, NY Daily News, Investor’s Business Daily, Miami Herald, Los Angeles Business Journal, Emmy, Variety, CBS MarketWatch, BoxOffice, Reuters and many others).
David is a Member of the Dartmouth College Moosilauke Forum – an alumni-based council that assesses improvements to the Dartmouth experience.
He is an educator (UCLA), and frequently addresses conventions and other groups on various productivity and workplace topics. His public seminars on job-search and career-management techniques have refocused lives throughout North America.
Bowman’s management expertise includes domestic and international sales/marketing, finance, (joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures) and operations – having been associated with Fortune 200 companies, as well as small entrepreneurial and public service organizations.
After his formal education at Dartmouth College, with graduate studies at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Bowman enjoyed a corporate management career that included The Mead Corporation, where he won the first annual “Marketing Man of the Year” award, the USM Corporation and Continental Can Company, where he directed marketing activities worldwide.