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Vice President Business Developme...

Local Address: Houston, Texas, United States
Lee Hecht Harrison LLC
50 Tice Boulevard
Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey 07677
United States

Company Description: Established in 1974, Lee Hecht Harrison is a global leader in creating and delivering customized and fully integrated human capital solutions including leadership...   more
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Chron.com | WORKING: Get what is coming to you
www.chron.com, 5 Jan 2006 [cached]
If you don't want to stay to collect the money, negotiate with your new employer about making up for the loss in the form of a signing bonus, suggested Lynda Doty, a consultant with the outplacement firm DBM Houston.
TAPC - News
tapc.org, 5 Jan 2010 [cached]
In her career in and around sales, Lynda Doty has seen - and felt - them all: The hand grabbers who won't let go as well as the flingers, who throw one arm around you and pull you close while clutching the other hand. hen there are the pumpers - the ones who act like it's a workout - along with the greeters who grab on to your fingertips, a close cousin to the "dead fish."
"That's not a shake," said Doty, senior account executive for the outplacement firm DBM in Houston. "I'm not sure what it is."
The art of the handshake is so important that it's taught in DBM's interview skills class, Doty said. The facilitator shakes hands all around, and then everyone practices.
"People form opinions very quickly by seeing and hearing you and the handshake," she said.
In her career in and around ...
www.financialexpress.com, 7 June 2008 [cached]
In her career in and around sales, Lynda Doty has seen-and felt-them all: the hand grabbers who won't let go as well as the flingers, who throw one arm around you and pull you close while clutching the other hand.
Then there are the pumpers-the ones who act like it's a workout-along with the greeters who grab on to your fingertips, a close cousin to the "dead fish"."That's not a shake," said Doty, senior account executive for the outplacement firm DBM in Houston."I'm not sure what it is."
The art of the handshake is so important that it's taught in DBM's interview skills class, Doty said.The facilitator shakes hands all around, and then everyone practices.
"People form opinions very quickly by seeing and hearing you and the handshake," she said.
In her career in and around ...
www.chron.com, 5 June 2008 [cached]
In her career in and around sales, Lynda Doty has seen - and felt - them all: The hand grabbers who won't let go as well as the flingers, who throw one arm around you and pull you close while clutching the other hand.
Then there are the pumpers - the ones who act like it's a workout - along with the greeters who grab on to your fingertips, a close cousinto the "dead fish."
"That's not a shake," said Doty, senior account executive for the outplacement firm DBM in Houston."I'm not sure what it is."
The art of the handshake is so important that it's taught in DBM's interview skills class, Doty said.The facilitator shakes hands all around, and then everyone practices.
"People form opinions very quickly by seeing and hearing you and the handshake," she said.
About the TAPC : TAPC
www.tapc.org, 24 July 2008 [cached]
In her career in and around sales, Lynda Doty has seen - and felt - them all: The hand grabbers who won't let go as well as the flingers, who throw one arm around you and pull you close while clutching the other hand. hen there are the pumpers - the ones who act like it's a workout - along with the greeters who grab on to your fingertips, a close cousin to the "dead fish."
"That's not a shake," said Doty, senior account executive for the outplacement firm DBM in Houston. "I'm not sure what it is."
The art of the handshake is so important that it's taught in DBM's interview skills class, Doty said. The facilitator shakes hands all around, and then everyone practices.
"People form opinions very quickly by seeing and hearing you and the handshake," she said.
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