MINNEAPOLIS, JULY 28, 2015 — Public Radio International (PRI) announces the appointment of Alison P. Ranney to its Board of Directors, effective immediately. Ranney leads the Chicago office of Koya Leadership Partners, a national retained search and human capital consulting firm dedicated to serving the nonprofit field. She has a decade of experience in executive search with Koya and the global recruiting firm Russell Reynolds Associates. Ranney has a vibrant national practice partnering with a broad range of nonprofit clients […]Read More
Koya Leadership Partners is delighted to be partnering with The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation on the search for its first President & CEO.
To learn more or express your interest in this role, please click on the following link: The Ralph C.Wilson, Jr. Foundation President & CEO.Read More
Culture fit is the glue that holds an organization together. That’s why it’s a key trait to look for when recruiting. The result of poor culture fit due to turnover can cost an organization between 50-60% of the person’s annual salary, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). But before the hiring team starts measuring candidates’ culture fit, they need to be able to define and articulate the organization’s culture – its values, goals, and practices — and then […]Read More
Meet the man who is leading The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation’s work to ensure that every student in an urban public school has the opportunity to succeed: Luis de la Fuente.
Read about Luis and five other inspiring leaders of change who are making an Infinite Difference in the world.
Once you’ve landed a new position, it’s critical to shift your focus from interview mode to making a successful transition into your new role and quickly establishing your credibility.
Here are five tips to help you get started in a new job on the right foot:
Start working before your first day. There is much you can do in advance of your first day on a job to ensure you hit the ground running. This includes learning more about the organization’s strategy […]Read More