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Debra Feldman
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Attended Columbia University
Lives in Greenwich, CT
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If salary negotiations bog down an offer, one solution is to agree to a performance review at 90 day or 6 months to address this.http://bit.ly/1GX0XhB  If this is agreed by both the employee and company then this must be part of the terms of employment. Here's my comment : A performance review will only be valuable if the outcome meets the new employee's intention which is a salary adjustment, a special bonus, a promotion or title change, a new office or business perk or equipment, etc. Before accepting the hiring offer, be sure to get the early performance review as a condition of employment AND just as importantly, specify the goals or milestones or benchmarks the new employee must hit to be eligible for and get financial or other rewards.Also have an agreement about when the negotiated change will be effective and paid to the employee or the perk with be delivered.. As an employee, you want to ensure that a change in company personnel or policies or a lapse in memory doesn't affect what the employee expects in return for meeting the performance review goals.
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Most difficult job searches involve switching careers or changing industries. You must overcome employer biases http://muse.cm/1GxB2L0
How to Convince an Employer That You're Not Underqualified - The Muse: Because if they just gave you a chance, you kno...
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This is one piece about ‪#‎reputation‬ that is a must read AND a must do for everyone. Net net, your online presence is not an option. If you don't stake out your footprint, it's going to be made and could ruin you without your knowledge or active consent. http://onforb.es/1LpCCFs
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Ouch! Employers are slower to make hiring offers, almost double since 2010 (13 days) to 23 days in 2014. http://wapo.st/1GvfZrG
And Washington is the slowest city in the nation by far, job seekers say.
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Failures are opportunities to learn. The worst days aren't when you fail, they are when big mistakes are made.
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Wonder what a really good LI profile looks like? Here are 3 examples that captivate and communicate http://muse.cm/1FN58Kk @dailymuse
3 Tips for Writing a Good LinkedIn Summary - The Muse: Guess what? They're actually entertaining to re...
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New article- how to bypass corporate gatekeepers  on LinkedIn. 
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Employers are looking for experts who provide insightful, though-provoking ideas and new perspectives on common problems and challenges.

And according to the Hinge Research Institute’s recent research, the #1 way in which buyer {employers] find such experts is online.


Read more at http://www.business2community.com/sales-management/stop-selling-how-to-turn-your-expert-reputation-into-new-relationships-and-revenue-01246651#LD2rXoorVcrSOWSQ.99
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Sharing good news, yours or someone else's, is one of the best reasons to get back in touch. YOu can also just say "hi" or "happy birthday" or something reminded you of them. Everyone likes to hear good news so spread cheer among your contacts and meanwhile remind them you exist, then offer to help with something specific that is valuable them, personally or professionally. Don't expect an immediate response, Ping them again, be patient and persistent to rekindle old connections and develop new contacts.
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If any of these describes your work life, it's time to get a new job. I'll make the search fast and effective. http://muse.cm/194oOzB
If You See Even One of These Signs, It's Time to Leave Your Job: Quit before it's too late.
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New expectations for LI profile summaries- not easy but breezy. Show you strengths and channel your personality while encouraging trustworthiness and demonstrating both relevant experience and know-how. Of course with a passion for addressing THEIR challenges with vigor and commitment. 
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Executive Talent Agent: job search/career transition consultant
Skills
Job search go-to market strategy, SWOT career transition analysis, candidate positioning, job search focus, transforming job search barriers into unusual value contributions, promoting candidates to hiring authorities, corporate due diligence, career research, networking, written and oral communication, presentations, target marketing, process improvement, entrepreneurship,new business development, job search coaching, resume strategy
Employment
  • JobWhiz
    Executive talent agent - reverse recruiter, 2000 - present
  • American Management Systems
    Healthcare and Human Resources Practice
  • American Express
    Business and Strategic Planning
  • American Practice Management
    Consultant- Marketing and Operation Improvement, Business Process Re-engineering
  • Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital
    Director, Quality Assurance
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Greenwich, CT
Previously
Westchester, NY - Manhattan
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203 637 3500
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Riverside CT
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The JobWhiz. Like a headhunter or executive recruiter who works exclusively for executive candidates, never employers. Accelerates executive job search and expedites access to new career opportunities on a confidential basis. Discreetly arranges introductions for executives to meet one on one with hiring decision makers (C-level, BOD), bypass gatekeepers and unearth plum leads in the hidden, unadvertised job market. Comprehensive SWOT analysis eliminates campaign roadblocks. Search guaranteed to increase access to key industry connections. No more cold calls! Finds the position that matches your individual career objectives and initiates meaningful conversations leading to offers. Bonus! Develop trusting relationships that will become lifetime career insurance: continuous news about opportunities before you need the next challenge. Network Purposefully™! Stay on the radar! Enter the job market positioned to command the recognition and the respect you deserve.
Introduction
Never look for a new job again: the right connections are like career insurance!  Following an exciting first career in health care management consulting, I started JobWhiz to personally make introductions developing networks purposefully for senior level executives.  I design and deliver a targeted network of key decision makers who have access to unadvertised positions (the hidden job market) matched to their requirements, not what the recruiter  says they must have. Combining a gift for sleuthing potential new opportunities with marketing flair and a focused strategy, I accelerate executive search campaigns by scientifically eliminating automated & removing human gatekeepers. Then, with pluck and persistence, I penetrate barriers that stymie careers in today's job market resulting swifter, smoother landings where you, the JobWhiz client, chooses to work.
There' s a bonus, too;  life time career-critical contacts established in the course of finding your next position will open future doors and lead to more contacts.  Tel 203-637-3500 E: DebraFeldman@JobWhiz.com
Bragging rights
Invented JobWhiz, Executive Talent Agent in 2000
Education
  • Columbia University
    Master of Public Health
  • Columbia University
    Nursing
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Female
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Job Wiz, JobWhiz
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