Author: CB Bowman, MBA, CMC, MCEC

CB Bowman is a Certified Master Coach and the founder of the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches. She specializes in executive coaching, human capital management, and career management. Bowman’s hallmark is her “ability to creatively cut through clutter quickly and help you reach your goals.” She is certified in 360-degree leadership assessment, Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Strong Campbell and other career and personality assessment tools. Bowman is uniquely qualified to provide counseling management in bereavement issues related to professional crisis, workplace trauma, downsizing, and mergers and acquisitions. In academe, Ms. Bowman is an instructor at Rutgers University’s Center for Management Development, where she teaches The Challenge of Leadership and Implementing Organizational Change, et. al. She has also delivered programs on Leadership for Rutgers in its Advanced Academy for Minority Business Enterprises. Formerly adjunct professor of Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at Mercy College, she has also served as adjunct professor of Marketing at Pace University’s Lubin School of Business. Ms. Bowman has been quoted on the Internet and in the media, including television interviews on Good Day, New York and in The Wall Street Journal and Female Executive. Her articles have appeared in the National Business Employment Weekly, Black Enterprise and The Stamford Advocate/Greenwich Times. Certified to serve on public and advisory boards, CB has sat on the Board of Directors for the Society of Insurance Trainers and Educators (SITE), and also served as its North East Regional Vice President; and the Center for Preventive Psychological Care. In 2002, she was appointed by the Mayor of North Plainfield, New Jersey to serve on the town’s Historic Commission, which she chaired for four years. Bowman holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology and fine arts from the New School for Social Research in New York, and Parsons School of Design. She earned the Master of Business Administration degree, with a concentration in marketing, from Pace University’s Lubin School of Business, and was also a member of its Board of Directors. She has also earned a Certificate in Human Resource Management from New York University.

Successful People Start Before They Feel Ready

Successful People Start Before They Feel Ready

In 1966, a dyslexic sixteen-year-old boy dropped out of school. With the help of a friend, he started a magazine for students and made money by selling advertisements to local businesses. With only a little bit of money to get started, he ran the operation out of the crypt inside a local church.

Four years later, he was looking for ways to grow his small magazine and started selling mail order records to the students who bought the magazine. The records sold well enough that he built his first record store the next year. After two years of selling records, he decided to open his own record label and recording studio. … READ MORE