Rona Borre owns and operates one of the most successful woman-owned businesses in America. Instant Alliance was started in the spare bedroom of her Chicago condo in 2001 and is now one of the fastest-growing staffing and recruiting companies in America.
Borre mixes a high dose of experience in the staffing industry with a great deal of past success with a former company with lots of energy and drive. Her techniques that have been taught to her new account executives have paid off remarkably well. New ideas are always welcome, as she pointed out in a recent interview.
Being a small, boutique company leaves lots of room for experimentation, and if an idea doesn’t work, you just brush yourself off and try again, she states. Activity and application of tried and true principles are what has made Instant Alliance what it is today, and will continue, in the same manner, to grow the firm even further.
Borre does not have the same thing going on from one day to the next, as her passion is to be out selling or speaking and letting the people run her company who are experts at their positions and areas. For example, the accounting and back office people are the best in the business, so Rona doesn’t have to worry about them, and the account executives are well trained at their jobs, so Borre doesn’t worry. Learn more from Borre, hit on ideamensch.com.
Borre is an expert at developing and fostering good relationships with the top management groups of her client companies. She knows that when she finds out just what makes a company tick, she can find the right candidates for hire. Her formula has worked exceptionally well over the years. The attrition rate has only been around 1 percent since she started her company, which is a phenomenal statistic.
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Borre has passed her knowledge on to her account executives too, so everyone is on the same page. Sales people who are willing to learn and work hard will do well at Instant Alliance, but if a person is not so adept at putting in the time and effort, they might do better somewhere else. Check conferences.shrm.org to read more about Borre.
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