Members of the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants Will Gather in Toronto to Assess the Future of Executive Research

Mapping global executive talent (Graphic: Business Wire)

Mapping global executive talent (Graphic: Business Wire)

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TORONTO--()--Research teams from leading executive search and leadership consulting firms from across the Americas and beyond will convene for AESC's Americas Forum for Executive Search Researchers and Associates on Tuesday, June 27, 2017.

AESC Managing Director for the Americas, Brian J. Glade, will open the day’s sessions, which will address the critical issues influencing the executive research function now, and how executive research will evolve as the executive talent advisory profession anticipates the changing needs and challenges of client organizations worldwide.

Renowned expert trainer to global executive research teams, Rachel Roche, will lead an interactive session on executive candidate sourcing and networking. The session will focus on best practices for telephone outreach in a digital age, critical for executive relationship building and candidate sourcing.

Professional Comedian and Improvisation Instructor, Casey Whitaker, will guide participants on creative techniques for candidate engagement. 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.

Karen Greenbaum, AESC President and CEO, commented: "AESC Forums are focused on excellence within executive research. The Forums prepare current and next generation executive researchers for the challenges of tomorrow, through cutting-edge professional insights in a dynamic, non-competitive, interactive environment. The focus is on sharing best practices, emerging research techniques and tools, and different approaches to the challenges faced by executive researchers and associates. Our goal is to keep AESC member executive research teams ahead of the curve so they can deliver the best business results for organizations around the world.”

AESC's event is open to executive research professionals and is sponsored by AESC partners The Cluen Corporation, Invenias and Mintz Group. To learn more about AESC's Americas Forum, or to register, please visit the AESC website at www.aesc.org.

About the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants

AESC is the voice of excellence for the executive search and leadership consulting profession worldwide. Our rigorous Code of Professional Practice guides our members in nearly 1,300 offices in 74 countries and beyond to serve as strategic advisors on behalf of their clients. In turn, AESC members are best positioned to provide companies with a competitive advantage—the ability to find, attract and develop the best talent in the world and ensure that executives are successfully integrated.

By virtue of selecting an AESC member, clients can be secure in their choice of consulting firm, and can reap the benefits that only a trusted advisor can deliver. To learn more about AESC and to view a list of AESC members, visit www.aesc.org. To learn more about AESC’s career service for executive-level candidates, visit www.bluesteps.com.

Contacts

AESC
Joe Chappell, + 1-212-398-9556 ext. 236
jchappell@aesc.org

Release Summary

The worldwide Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) will bring together in Toronto executive search professionals to assess the future of executive research.

Contacts

AESC
Joe Chappell, + 1-212-398-9556 ext. 236
jchappell@aesc.org