Beverly Daniel works with
professionals to create a strategic career plan (1yr to 5yr/10yr), an
outstanding resume and LinkedIn profile, relocation career mobility, targeted
job searching, networking and interviewing skills and negotiating salary
offers. Career assessment evaluations
are made for individuals who have concerns about their job satisfaction. Issues of work/life balance and how these
impact one’s career choices and work life.
In the course of working these issues out, problems can be identified
Typical clients are professionals
in a wide variety of industries (from Fortune 500, financial services, law
firms, management consulting firms, academia, healthcare/medicine, teaching,
non-profits, etc.) or professionals who are self-employed in a wide variety of
functional disciplines (from finance, accounting, IT, legal, marketing,
manufacturing, operations and entrepreneurial endeavors).
Her first clients in career
counseling were professionals in transition and now 99% of her clients are
employed at all professional levels from Financial Analyst to COO and CEO. Clients come to her for partnering with an
expert in career planning as a prerequisite for successful employment, coupled
with a full understanding of the realities of the job market (the new
She has extensive experience in helping her clients set up career
strategies, interviewing and networking.
Numerous of her clients have moved on to higher levels of
accomplishment, better positions, and with a 10-40% salary improvement.
Her expertise in resume development
has been refined over 25 years of work doing Executive Searches for leading
hedge funds, Amex, Morgan Stanley, Citi, Pfizer, Time Inc., etc. who evaluate
prospective hires through the presentation of their resumes. Her expertise in this area spans all
industries and functions.
After completing her M.S. in
Counseling, Beverly Daniel worked as a Director of Career Counseling at a local
college in Massachusetts. Very early in
her career, Beverly began to expand her strengths by getting an MBA, which she
earned at night, at New York University, Stern Graduate School of Business.
While at NYU, she began to work in
a combination of executive search, management consulting in the human capital
field, and did career counseling, too.
Her work in executive search field provided her with a "front row
seat" in the corporate hiring process.
She helped to write the candidates' resumes, coached her clients for
their interviews, and negotiated their salaries. In 2001, after 9/11, she decided to dedicate
her work solely to career counseling/coaching projects. Her complete understanding, and 25 years of
experience in corporate career development and placement, gave her a fresh
perspective. Her experience spans all
levels of the corporate ladder in a wide variety of industries and a complete
suite of functional areas.
Currently, she is an Adjunct
Instructor at Queens College and will be offering her newly developed courses,
"Career Explorations" at other CUNY campuses in Manhattan.
She is a well-known speaker in the
New York tri-state area. She has spoken to
numerous groups in the markets that she serves:
Professional conferences: NYU Stern Graduate School of Business Women's
Conference, NYU's Entrepreneurship Conference
MBA alum gatherings: NYU Stern School, Columbia
Business School Club of NY, Georgetown, Michigan State, University of Michigan,
Thunderbird School, University of
Professional groups: American Bar Association
(ABA), Association of Corporate Council (ACC), Association of Fundraising
Professionals (AFP), Columbia Business School Club of NY (CBSCNY), Financial
Executives Institute (FEI), New York Society of Association Executives (NYSAE),
New York Society of Security Analysts (NYSSA), Society of Women Engineers, and
She has been on the Executive Committee of the
Institute of Management Consultants (IMC) for the past 15 years.
She has led the Women’s Career Networking Group (WIN)
at the Princeton Club, Columbia Club and the Williams Club for the past eight