Rona Borre is “The Chicago Tech Connector”
Rona Borre, Founder & CEO of Instant Alliance, a leading strategic IT staffing firm in Chicago joins Enterprise Radio to discuss building a business through strong relationships.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Rona Borre discuss the following:
- How did you come up with the idea to start Instant Alliance?
- How do you empower/motivate your team?
- What do you see being the next “big” thing in recruiting (tech specifically)?
- What is one piece of advice you would give other women who are looking to get into the tech industry?
- Your biggest pet peeve when interviewing someone?
Conclusion: When it comes to networking and making progress in your career, make sure to value the relationships you’ve built. No matter who you’re dealing with, always be respectful and kind. As you grow in your career, you are sure to cross paths with people you’ve worked with previously, and you never know how someone could positively or negatively impact your success/failure.
Rona Borre leads Chicago as a human capital thought-leader, proving that good talent is a major differentiating factor in an organization’s success.
Since starting Instant Alliance in 2001, Rona has filled thousands of tech and finance jobs in the Chicagoland area. Through her extensive relationships, Rona’s team recently filled roughly 100 positions with McDonald’s, including Amy Martin as the Global CMO. Rona’s reputation as a trusted advisor and hands-on partner has led to Instant’s 97% client return rate. Her success in strategic IT staffing has paved the way for other women who are interested in entering the tech space. As a leader in the Chicago community, Rona sits on the board and holds leadership roles with the Economic Club of Chicago, the Young Presidents Organization and The Chicago Network.
Rona has received several awards including The Business Ledger’s Influential Women in Business and Enterprising Woman of the Year by Enterprising Women Magazine.