Rona Borre Makes a Commitment and Keeps It
Rona Borre is the CEO and founder of Instant Alliance, a successful staffing and recruiting company located in Chicago, Illinois. She had just left a job where she had set all the sales records for a large staffing company that had just been sold. Borre made the decision to get out and start her own company in 2001.
Instant Alliance had early success, and today it is one of the fastest-growing staffing companies in the United States. She has parlayed her talents into teaching her account executives her strategies and techniques that worked in her thus-far, record-setting career with her previous company. Learn more about Borre, click on instantalliance.com
During a recent interview, Borre was asked about what qualities she has that has propelled her company to its current heights. She replied that she is seldom satisfied with anything because there is always a better way to do things. At first glance, everything looks pretty good sometimes, but there is always room for improvement. For the full interview, hop over to ideamensch.com.
She was also queried about how she takes the ideas she and her people bring to the table and make them real. She stated that being a small, boutique company gives plenty of license to try new things, and if you don’t try them, you will never know if they are workable or not. Sure, there will be lots of failures, but in a small company, you just dust yourself off and try again.
Borre views her company as an action based operation, and activity goes a long way. Borre doesn’t have the same thing going on from one day to the next as she prefers to be out selling while she delegates office things, such as accounting and back office, to those who are good at those things.
Rona Borre is big on the development of personal relationships with the top management people of her client companies. She is a firm believer that if you learn all you can about a company’s leaders, that it leads you to be more effective in hiring people that fit their wants and needs. One very important area is the company culture for if a candidate is hired and doesn’t fit the culture, things won’t work out too well.
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