Post-COVID, the talent landscape has dramatically shifted, and most companies are struggling to adapt. Just six years ago, David Nilssen was the CEO of a company with one office in downtown Bellevue.
Today, he has 600 people across 17 states and 4 countries and zero office space. The transition was imperfect, yet they have become world-class example of how a remote business [and culture] can operate.
In this session, David will discuss:
- The new personas that have emerged post-COVID and how they impact your recruiting;
- How to leverage global talent in a socially conscious way that can improve your domestic culture; and
- Why the "hybrid" office space puts the most strain on your organization.
David Nilssen is the CEO of DOXA Talent which helps businesses to build and scale-up high-performing, borderless teams leveraging talent from across the world. Prior to DOXA, David cofound Guidant Financial which has helped 25,000 entrepreneurs to secure $6B to start or buy a business in each of the 50 US states. He has over 600 team members and ZERO office space.
In 2007, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) named him the National Young Entrepreneur of the Year and his business has been included on the Inc 500. As an investor, David has helped to launch and advise companies in neuropharma, online travel, personal financial management, healthcare tech, digital administration & more. He is a member of the Young President's Organization (YPO) and serves on the Global Board of Directors of the Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) and Guidant Financial.
David has a unique perspective about the future of work and challenges why business leaders must adapt faster than ever before.
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