Kathleen Duffy

Entrepreneur Leadership Network® Contributor
President and CEO

Kathleen Duffy is CEO of Duffy Group, a global recruitment firm that helps people find joy in their work. She was among the first in the nation to lead an entirely remote workforce. Kathleen balances her CEO duties helping other small business owners and women secure corporate leadership roles.

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I've Managed a Remote Team for 30 Years. Here Are 6 Mistakes I See New Remote Teams Making That Will Kill Their Success.

Like it or not, remote work is here to stay. As the CEO of one of the first fully remote workplaces in the 1990s, I share six mistakes new remote teams are making that will kill their success.

Growing a Business

Finding Talent Remains the Single-Biggest Issue Facing Small Businesses. These Tips Can Help Find Your Next Great Employee

Regardless of shifts in the economy, talent is at a premium. This column will share best practices for helping small business owners and entrepreneurs find their next great hire.

Resumes & Interviewing

This Is What Job Seekers Want the Most

Although the number of workers leaving their jobs continues to rise, all's not lost. Hiring leaders and their recruitment partners must consider what job seekers want from their employers.

Estrategias de crecimiento

Esto es lo que más buscan los buscadores de empleo

Aunque el número de trabajadores que dejan sus trabajos sigue aumentando, no todo está perdido. Los líderes de contratación y sus socios de reclutamiento deben considerar lo que los solicitantes de empleo quieren de sus empleadores.

Science & Technology

My Company Was the Target of a Cyberattack, and Yours Could Be Too

Historically, cyberattacks have targeted large enterprises, but that is quickly changing, as hacks and demands for ransomware are hitting more small and mid-sized businesses.


Mi empresa fue blanco de un ciberataque y la suya también podría serlo

Históricamente, los ataques cibernéticos se han dirigido a grandes empresas, pero eso está cambiando rápidamente, ya que los ataques y las demandas de ransomware están afectando a más pequeñas y medianas empresas.

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