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Category Archives: Leadership

BOLD: 2019 Women’s Leadership Conference

On May 29th, the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce hosted their largest crowd ever at the 6th annual Women’s Leadership Conference. The sold-out event brought together leaders from across the Triangle and beyond to network and learn from local and national experts. This year’s theme was Bold: Take the Lead and included topics ranging from Finding Your Purpose to Fearlessly Integrating Life and…

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How to Give Feedback the Right Way

One of the most difficult steps of the hiring process can be providing feedback to candidates that are not hired. It is a conversation that can feel uncomfortable and intimidating to even the most seasoned hiring managers. It is no surprise, therefore, that a study by recruiter Gerry Crispin found that of 100 American companies renowned for their HR practices, 70%…

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The Benefits and Challenges of a Tech-Powered Business

Each month, The Wilmington Business Journal features industry leaders discussing the trends and topics that are affecting businesses across the state. For September, Greene Resources’ VP of Recruiting Solutions, Jason deFreitas, was part of a panel that discussed technology and the increasingly important role it is playing at all levels of organizations. Other panelists included Keith Holden (CEO of ATMC),…

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Greene Resources Recognized as Top Technical Staffing Company in the Triangle

Greene Resources was recognized on May 25, 2018 by The Triangle Business Journal as the Top Technical Staffing Company in the Triangle. This is the second consecutive year that Greene Resources has received this recognition. The Triangle Business Journal’s annual Book of Lists provides rankings of top companies throughout the Triangle. These rankings provide valuable data to consumers and businesses.…

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Championing Women Leaders and Diversity in the Workplace

The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce held their annual Women’s Leadership Conference on May 3, 2018, where Greene Resources was a platinum sponsor. During this event, business leaders and managers from companies across the Triangle gathered to network and learn from local and national experts. The topic for this event was the importance for businesses to champion women and diversity…

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3 Ways for Managers to Prepare for Counteroffers

In an employment market where talent is scarce, and unemployment is low, most candidates for open positions are already working at another company. One of the most common obstacles that can arise after making an offer to a candidate are counteroffers from their current employer. Here are ways to address (and prepare for) counteroffers. Discuss potential counteroffers with the candidate…

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How to Develop Emotional Intelligence

Greene Resources was the presenting sponsor of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce Women’s Professional Luncheon on January 22, which featured a panel of local experts discussing how to successfully manage and develop emotional intelligence (EQ) in the workplace. The panel was moderated by Wendy Gates Corbett, president of Refresher Training, LLC and included K. Melissa Kennedy, founder of 48…

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Economic & Hiring Trends in 2018: What to Expect

The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce held their annual Economic Forecast on Wednesday, January 3. This event provides a glimpse of what economic and hiring trends in 2018 we can expect to see locally, nationally, and internationally.  The Economic Forecast was hosted by David Crabtree, anchor at WRAL-TV. Presentations were given by Mark Vitner, managing director and senior economist at Wells…

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3 Ways to Create Purposeful Career Development

This week, the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce’s Professional Women’s Luncheon featured a panel of renowned female leaders from within the Raleigh community discussing purposeful career development.  The panel was moderated by Melanie Dubis, a partner at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, and included Adrienne Cole, the president and CEO of the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce; Kacie Fore,…

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