Amy Golding, the CEO of Opus Talent Solutions, speaks about using creativity to be able to compete in the digital stage.
Golding shares the life lessons she's learned hiring tech talent, employer branding, recruitment and training.
Her life lessons include: 1) Business can be creative; 2) You can be completely yourself and still run a business; 3) People know you're human… and that's okay; 4) Success and empathy can co-exist; and 5) Giving back and helping people is usually a win-win.
Opus Talent Solutions has a tailored, strategic approach where it helps companies build technology teams to fill in the digital skills gap. Read the Entire Article
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What the Best Nonprofits Know About Strategy
Kevin Barenblat, co-founder and president of Fast Forward, shares his experience as he transitioned from working at tech startups to nonprofits.
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Nonprofits Should Lead the Sharing Economy
Erin Morgan Gore, adjunct professor at NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and advisor to the sharing economy startup Weleet.co, writes how the sharing economy is creating new...more
5 Internal Controls For Grants Management
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