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Hiring & Recruitment, Nonprofit Boards, Supporting Your CEO, Talent Management

You Should Be Hiring More Women: Here’s Why

Sara Garlick Lundberg

You Should Be Hiring More Women: Here’s Why   When news hit of the New York Stock Exchange appointing its first female leader[i] in its 226-year history, I read related LinkedIn posts with curiosity. I saw a man express, with frustration, “I’m so tired of this being news.” My response, along with those of my […]

DRG News

CRAIN’S names DRG Search in its Top 25 Executive Recruiting Firms 2019

Natascha Guerrero

DRG Search has been named as one of the Top 25 executive recruiting firms by CRAIN’S New York Business in its “Largest Executive-Recruiting Firms” list. This list is included in CRAIN’S celebrated Book of Lists 2019 (available in print and online). DRG Search is a leader of national Executive Search firms based in New York […]

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“Creating & Sustaining a Digital Culture for your Nonprofit” – DRG webinar

Natascha Guerrero

Creating & Sustaining a Digital Culture for your Nonprofit   The implementation of digital strategy as a component of an organization’s overall mission and its importance to growth.   Jordan Haberfield, Practice Director at DRG Search will be having a conversation with Kristina Villarini, Digital Director at Lambda Legal, regarding the implementation of a digital strategy […]

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DRG SEARCH announces annual Pro-Bono search

Natascha Guerrero

DRG Search announces annual Pro-Bono search Request for Proposals to open January 2019   DRG Search is accepting Requests For Proposals (RFPs) from nonprofit organizations for pro-bono support in identifying a new senior professional to help advance their mission. For 2019, eligible organizations need to have a social justice centered mission and an annual budget […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS || Pro-Bono Search

DRG staff

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Pro-Bono Search   I – About DRG Search DRG Search is a national executive search firm known for placing exceptional executive talent in nonprofit organizations nationwide. Since its founding in 1987, DRG Search has served over 1,000 clients throughout the nonprofit sector. Learn more by visiting www.DRGSearch.com II – Background For more […]

Leadership, Nonprofit Boards

What about the Lay Leader Pipeline? – Another Call to Action

David Edell

[This article was originally published in eJewish Philanthropy, under the “Managing Your Nonprofit” category  on 09/20/2018 – Original link available here]  Ask any Board Chair if they know who will succeed them. (Ask any of those mentioned if they are sure they will accept.) Ask any nominating committee chair about the responses they get as they […]

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Welcoming Amichaim Abramson!

Natascha Guerrero

Welcome aboard Ami Abramson! Our CEO, Dara Klarfeld has just announced the appointment of Amichaim Abramson as Chief Strategy Officer, beginning today September 5th 2018. Ami will collaborate with the DRG team to continue providing outstanding executive search services to our clients throughout the nonprofit sector. He will also work closely with Dara Klarfeld, our CEO, and David […]

Interview Prep, Job Search

For Job Hunters: 3 Simple Ways to Stay Relevant During the Summer Doldrums

Sara Garlick Lundberg

Job hunting can be anxiety inducing, especially during the hot and oft-slow summer months, but these last weeks are a great time to boost and recharge your hunt. Read on for three quick tips to help make the most of your days leading up to Labor Day: Reflect Take this sometimes-slow period to reflect on […]

Leadership, Nonprofit Boards

Recruiting for Smart? Don’t Forget Heart!

David Hinsley Cheng

I’ve heard it said that people get hired for their IQ—but they get fired for their EQ. EQ, known less colloquially as emotional intelligence, is defined by Psychology Today as “the ability to identify and manage your own emotions and the emotions of others. It is generally said to include three skills: emotional awareness; the ability to […]

Building a Search Commitee, Interview Prep, Interviewing for a Position

When a Question Becomes a Statement

Sarah Raful Whinston

When a Question Becomes a Statement Standing out as a candidate “Prepare 10 questions. You and I both know that you won’t probably get a chance to ask all 10 questions but prepare 10 questions. Remember, your questions usually say more about you than your answers.” When I prepare candidates for interviews for jobs, this […]