There are quite a few “woman-owned” businesses around in today’s modern workplace, but there is something different about the enterprise started by Rona Borre. Instant Alliance is its name, and it continues to turn out great profits which are increasing every year while at the same time being recognized nationally for the success. She has become one of the think tanks or a leader in the sometimes difficult industry of human capital, and her opinions and ideas have been shared across a myriad of top television stations and publications.
The principles that Rona Borre and her firm strive to implement are not anything extreme. For example, they believe that the right executive team can make the difference between a company being good and a company able to do great things. They reach out to individuals clients in order to form a real human relationship that can later be leveraged to great success. She started as a recruiter out of college, and the relationships that she was able to form helped carry her through despite non-compete clauses and market downturns. Check on ideamensch.com to read more about Borre.
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So what does the average day of Rona Borre (once Enterprising Woman of The Year) look like? Well, she admits that there is hardly any day which is just a repetition of the one before it. It is that constant change and adaptation which keep the deeply motivated women like Borre eager to face the next challenge. She admits that any employee is able to bring an idea to the table, and if enough of those in the office feel like it is a worthwhile venture then it will be put into action. As a privately held firm Instant Alliance has the freedom that some others in the market are not able to enjoy. Related article on instatalliance.com.
Rona Borre has also been challenged in her past by jobs such as the receptionist role that she took right out of college. While those around her looked down on her she was able to turn the experience into a motivating factor which gave her a valuable moral tenant that everyone is important in an organization. As such, she continues to keep this enthusiasm and sense of worth for all that she comes in contact with, and it appears that it will pay off for a long time to come.
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