“Living in the moment is the death of all business. Living in the future is the opportunity that all of us leaders are starving to achieve.” – Rebecca Rogers Tijerino, CEO
The Intersect Group CEO, Rebecca Rogers Tijerino, recently spoke with Lee Kantor and Stone Payton at Atlanta Business Radio to discuss the future of staffing in Atlanta and beyond.
Highlights from the interview include:
Increase in Business: Within the last year, The Intersect Group has seen an increase of 25 percent in business. We credit that success to our flexible delivery of staffing and consulting services.
Holistic Approach: The Intersect Groups has the unique ability to holistically aid organizations with a blend of expertise in thought leadership, as well as service.
“By understanding their business on an intimate level, we are able to hone in on their business objectives and execute an action plan to help our clients think of the future,” Rebecca says.
Call for Forward-Looking Leadership: “Living in the moment is the death of all business. Living in the future is the opportunity that all of us leaders are striving to achieve,” Rebecca says. She believes having the foresight to project future business needs and trends is one of the most important skills every leader should possess.
The Intersect Group helps companies plan for the future, not for the moment, by equipping them with the necessary skills and tools to become strategic thought leaders in their respective industries. Through our flexible delivery approach, our clients get the right solution, at the right time, to accelerate their success and achieve all of their mission-critical objectives.
To listen to the full interview, visit Atlanta Business Radio http://bit.ly/1rljqk6.
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