October 6, 2016 | Chicago, Illinois
Join us in Chicago for an action packed agenda of knowledge and insight. We have crafted an agenda that focuses on core strengths of the researcher & associate role but also take a future-focused look at the profession at large. Selected highlights of this year's Americas Researchers' & Associates' Forum include sessions on engaging millennials in search firms, honing sourcing skills, and overcoming candidate objections.
AESC Forums bring together executive search professionals who are responsible for various research aspects of the search process and want to increase their professional skills and knowledge.
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Speaker: Brian J. Glade, Managing Director Americas, AESC
Learn the efficient, metrics-driven process to recruit the best candidates online and by phone and, like FBI Agents, learn the what-you-say and what-you-don’t-say via NLP/Neuro-linguistics programming. Conni LaDouceur, President & Chief Sourcing Strategist, ExecuQuest Corp., will share efficient internet results and dissect actual calls identifying on-target talent to place the most qualified talent, not the most easily findable. Hear how you identify complete intact teams, reporting relationships, direct dial numbers, email addresses, etc., in any function, worldwide, from individual contributors to senior management with empowering sourcing best practices. Excel in recruiting for the most challenging search engagements via this fun, fearless formula and improve your reputation as the Deliverer of Results!
Speaker: Conni LaDouceur, President & Chief Sourcing Strategist, ExecuQuest Corporation
Sourcing should be a scientific process and diversity should always be a consideration in every sourcing exercise. Sourcing and recruiting today is more complex. Karen Russo will argue why sourcing should be viewed as a scientific process in this mini-session.
Speaker: Karen Russo, CEO & Chief Talent Officer, IIPE International Executive Research
The best research source is held in the minds and experience of the people within the firm and those whom interact with the firm. However, it is the most challenging to capture in a meaningful, referenceable, and searchable way. This session will explore the importance of gathering more than candidate information found in social media profiles and resumes, and delve into capturing the feedback from your trusted private network that only you as a business are privy to. Find out how technology now makes it easier than ever to share this high value data and create real insight helping researchers meet the needs of their internal clients.
Speaker: Ashton Moran, Principal Consultant, Invenias
Karen Greenbaum, AESC President & CEO, will highlight key findings from AESC’s latest research report Executive Talent 2020. Karen will share specific topics that relate to researchers, associates, and the future of the profession. Following Karen’s presentation a panel of esteemed search professionals will discuss the future of the executive search profession. The discussion will consider the following topics: How technology may help or hinder executive search; Future challenges and opportunities that consultants or researchers may face; and how as our clients need to adapt to a changing world, so do we.
Moderated by Karen Greenbaum, President & CEO, AESC
Panelist: Jeanine Amilowski, Director of Research Chicago & Co-Head of North America Research Team, Korn Ferry
Ken Daubenspeck, Founder & President, Daubenspeck and Associates
Kimberly M. Höglund, Chief Knowledge Officer, Witt/Kieffer
What are your biggest fears for the negative impact this merger may have on your LinkedIn network? What would you like to see come out of the merger?
Speaker: Andrew Shapiro, Principal, The Cluen Corporation
This session with Professional Comedian and Improv Instructor Casey Whitaker, explores the Basics of Improvisation and how those principles translate to the executive search profession. Through the "Yes, And" Improv philosophy, participants will learn the art of first impressions, how to make and maintain strong conversations, and how staying present in the moment can lead to stronger business relationships. By using fun and interactive improv games and exercises, the group will tackle remedies for addressing the sometimes generational, cultural, and varying experience levels road blocks they may face when initiating professional conversations.
Speaker: Casey Whitaker, Professional Comedian & Improv Instructor
A diverse workforce combines workers from different backgrounds and experiences that together create a more creative, innovative, and productive workforce. A panel of search professionals will discuss how to attract, engage, and encourage diverse teams. The panel will also take a look at strategies for attracting millennials into executive search firms, as well as how to keep them engaged once they are established in their roles.
Moderated by Patrick Rooney, Managing Director Asia Pacific & Middle East, AESC
Panelist: Cristina Franzoni, Director of Research, TRANSEARCH
John D. Nimesheim, Managing Director, Slayton Search
Kelly Griffin, Director of Central Research, Spencer Stuart
Jane Griffith, Partner & National Diversity Leader, Odgers Berndtson
Director of Research Chicago & Head of North America Research Team, Korn Ferry
Founder & President, Daubenspeck and Associates
Director of Research, TRANSEARCH
Brian J. Glade
Managing Director Americas, AESC
President & CEO, AESC
Partner & National Diversity Leader, Odgers Berndtson
Kimberly M. Höglund
Chief Knowledge Officer, Witt/Kieffer
President & Chief Sourcing Strategist, ExecuQuest Corporation
Principal Consultant, Invenias
John D. Nimesheim
Managing Director, Slayton Search
Managing Director Asia-Pacific & Middle East, AESC
CEO & Chief Talent Officer, IIPE International Executive Research
Principal, The Cluen Corporation
Professional Comedian & Improv Instructor
Visiting Professor, Loyola University Chicago
University Club of Chicago
76 E Monroe St, Chicago, IL 60603
The University Club of Chicago is offering exclusive rates for AESC Global meeting attendees! Take advantage of this discount and book now.
To make a reservation call 312-726-2840. Please reference the AESC to receive the group discounted rate.
$249.00 per night
Standard hotel room size with either one king or two double beds facing Monroe Street.
$309.00 per night
Larger rooms with beautiful views of Lake Michigan/ Millennium Park/ Michigan Avenue.
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