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Recruiting for digital careers that don’t (yet) exist

Recruiting for digital careers that don’t (yet) exist

“The stigma of having people help you, as in a coach therapist, has been lifted and people who are smart realize they don’t know all the answers and they can reach out.”

– Fran Pomerantz

In this episode of Digital Workplace Impact, Paul Miller talks to Fran Pomerantz, founder of The Pomerantz Group, which offers coaching and executive recruitment in the digital space.

Ninety-eight percent of The Pomerantz Group’s placements are into roles that never existed before, so Fran is therefore well versed in understanding her clients’ needs and helping them to see the previously unseen.

As we find ourselves in a period where innovation is key to business survival, Fran shares her insights into the challenges and opportunities presented by COVID-19, offers advice to those looking to accelerate their careers, and explains why she thinks standing still could mean the demise of your business.

Show notes, links and resources for this episode:

Decade of Courage Manifesto: 12 action points for essential workplace transformation

FREE REPORT EXCERPT: Raising your organization’s digital IQ: How to improve digital skills

FREE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The Inside-Out Digital Leader: Digitally transforming your organization from within


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Fran Pomerantz, The Pomerantz Group

Fran Pomerantz is the founder of The Pomerantz Group. Now based in New York City, Fran focuses on recruiting executives in the digital space across a broad range of industries and disciplines, public companies, and venture and private equity-backed firms. In addition to recruiting, she has a successful practice in coaching clients through career inflection points.

Fran left Los Angeles in 2005 to join Korn Ferry International in New York. As a partner in the Media, Entertainment and Convergence sectors within Korn Ferry’s Global Consumer market, she recruited senior digital media staff in both traditional and emerging businesses.

She also served on the GlobalGiving New York Leadership Council, a non-profit organization that directly connects donors with grassroots projects.

Fran received a Master’s degree in Educational Counseling from Arizona State University, a Bachelor’s degree in Education from Lesley College in Cambridge, MA, and completed the Columbia University Coaching Program, receiving a Front-End Intensive Program Certificate in fall 2018.

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