Posts Tagged ‘Lighthouse’

Considering Non-Profit

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

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Have you ever considered a career in non-profit?   According to the media, it is a growing trend.  Of course, you want to make a difference, but does that mean non-profit is the right career choice for you?

During the past few years, as our company devotion towards supporting non-profits has grown, so have the number of conversations, SGES/Susan Goldberg Executive Search Consulting (or we), have had with former clients, candidates, colleagues, mentors, mentees about this subject.  What we’ve realized is that many who made the transition from for profit to non-profit, left it as quickly as they could.  It wasn’t for them.  It was a hasty decision. This has even been true of those who have been on the board of a non-profit and then became its Executive Director. It’s a different experience being on the outskirts from living the day to day.

In speaking with Nick Small, Managing Editor for Nonprofit Hub, an online educational community dedicated to giving nonprofits everything they need to better their organizations and communities, he also mentioned that he was having conversations which were similar to ours.   We decided it would be helpful to all those people who were contemplating joining a non-profit to be able to access a written piece that would explain a likely transition so that they could visualize it before they started interviewing.  The article should address both the seasoned executive from for profit and the recent graduate who was considering it as a first career.   Here is the article, which became so lengthy, that it became a two part article.  Let us know what you think.   If you can’t access the articles from these links, you can find them on the nonprofithub.org website.   http://bit.ly/2cj3WKJ  http://bit.ly/2cyPhZ8

 

The Necessity of Reinvention

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

industry  Change is a way of life.  Reinvention is necessary to stay relevant, current and valuable.  No advertised brand uses the same ad campaign year after year.  No product stays the same without upgrades, new ingredients, new features even if they are not mentioned in marketing.  No business stays the same.  Many of you may have seen content changes to reflect our rebranding within our social media, the Susan Goldberg Executive Search facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Susan-Goldberg-Executive-Search-Consulting-/ or Susan Goldberg’s linkedin account page https://www.linkedin.com/in/susangoldbergconsult .  Those changes have now hit our website www.susangoldbergsearch.com .  Who is Susan Goldberg Executive Search or SGES?  What do we do?  What is our specialty?  Who do we work with?  Why are we different?  The rebranding is all under one roof in our website. Simply and cleanly. Our core values are the same, but our focus has narrowed and we’ve added an additional service due to what we were experiencing within our client industries, retention strategy/ keeping your people.  We hope you like the site.  Let us know.

SGES Receives Certificate of Appreciation

Monday, February 11th, 2013

Susan Goldberg Executive Search is honored.  Our company received a “Certificate of Appreciation” from the Beacon Society of  Lighthouse International.  The Beacon Society’s members support Lighthouse International in its efforts to “enhance the quality of life for people ..with vision loss”.   The representative graphics for the SGES brand and the vision and insight our organization delivers brought us to the doorstep of the Lighthouse and we feel good doing our part in bringing attention to its work.  We hope you will join us to support the mission of the special non-profit headquartered in New York City.  Lighthouse International is “dedicated to overcoming vision impairment through rehabilitation, education, research and advocacy”. Whether you volunteer for the organization, use social media to spread the word about the non-profit (its efforts and events), donate time or money, provide temporary or full time employment for the people the non-profit serves, or attend its fundraisers including Posh and Double Up 4 Vision, your efforts are appreciated.  Please visit:  www.lighthouse.org

SGES Featured on Lighthouse Website

Friday, August 10th, 2012

SGES is delighted to announce that we are in good company on Lighthouse International’s website.   We were told by the Chief External Affairs Officer, Barbara Gyde, that our company became listed this month on Lighthouse’s official site, www.lighthouse.org,   among other well known companies, Givaudan, the global fragrance and flavor company, and Goldman Sachs, the international financial services giant.  We are mentioned in the “Meet Our Partners’ section of the site.  Susan Goldberg Executive Search Consulting has pledged to support the non-profit in any way we can.  We hope you will join us.  Please visit www.lighthouse.org to see how you can donate your efforts toward helping the blind and those with low vision.

SGES Choses a new Charity: Lighthouse International

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

From the previous clues, “pay attention to the key words on the home page” and “an organization that fits with our message and branding”, which non-profit would you have chosen for SGES to support?  With any familiarity with our company, or one read through of our website, this one would have been at the top of your list.  SGES is thrilled to announce the support of our new non-profit of choice :  Lighthouse, officially Lighthouse International. 

Lighthouse, a non-profit that is based in Manhattan, was started by two women, whose mission was to  help the blind.  Since that time, the organization has grown substantially to offer a full range of services aimed at improving the quality of life for people who have low vision and blindness. 

Lighthouse was an  appealling choice because its headquarters was in our hometown, it was started by women and it focused all its work on sight, a recurring theme related to our work and our brand. SGES pledges to support the organization financially, also hoping to spread the word about the wonderful organization so that its marketing and its services can reach more people.  You can read additional information about Lighthouse by visiting its website, www.lighthouse.org and learn more about SGES view about giving back and its dedication to Lighthouse by visiting the “giving back” section of our website: www.susangoldbergsearch.com/givingback.php . You can also follow Lighthouse on Twitter at @lighthouseintl and at Facebook at Lighthouse International.  We hope you will help us support this wonderful non-profit.