Getting a job in industry is challenging...
But it's worth the hard work to get there!
The private sector is a lot different than university. To get hired and get promoted in industry, you have to learn some new working habits.
To do that, it helps to have guidance from someone who's been there.
I'm David Giltner...
...and I help scientists and engineers design and build rewarding careers in industry.
Technology in the private sector is such a wonderful place to work. I know because I've worked there more than 20 years there myself.
It's not always easy, but it's always worth it. Moving from academia where we were trained into the world of industry is challenging. It requires that we learn new habits of thinking and working. It requires we work with others in a way we never did before.
To learn how to do this, you need someone with experience.
I've been there. And loved it. It's amazing to me how much I've done and experienced in 20 years.
You can do it too.
And I look forward to helping you.
What do you want from your career?
How we can help you…
Listen to others who have made it happen…
“David helped me to identify where my strengths were, and how to best communicate and present these values to potential employers. I was able to identify areas in my approach that were hindering me from presenting myself and my skill set as a valuable asset to the workforce.”
“I still remember the impressive speech you gave to us. Sharing your experiences in industry was very encouraging. Thank you for igniting me!”
“Thank you very much for your advice, answers and feedback. I found it extremely valuable, especially because we rarely meet with someone as open and helpful as yourself.”
“The interviews that I got went well mostly because I had Better Stories prepared, as you outlined in your workshop. Thanks for that!”
“Hopefully we will see you at CCNY again. You left a great impression on students, everyone remembers your talk!”
“Thanks again for all your help! I really feel like success in my job search is due to the many things that I learned from you!”
“Architecting your own career can be overwhelming, especially for those of us used to having all the answers. David leverages a long and successful career in various industrial roles, and understands the patterns of thinking that the academically-trained fall into. He addresses them thoughtfully by crafting solutions and guidance from the world of business, sales, and emotional intelligence. This leaves you with the confidence to know you are heading in the right direction.”
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