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Rekruteringsconferentie in The Big Apple
published by , on 09/09/2007


Vorig jaar kwam ik voor het eerst in contact met Kennedy Information, een bedrijf dat (vooral in Amerika) bekend is omwille van zijn “kleine rode boekje” (een gids met alle Amerikaanse headhunters, vergelijkbaar met de HMA gids bij ons) Het bestaat sinds 1971, en bevat 16,500 namen van consultants bij 5,700 rekruteringskantoren.

Maar Kennedy Information doet meer, veel meer. Een van die zaken is het organiseren van verschillende conferenties per jaar waarin de verschillende aspecten van rekrutering belicht worden.

De volgende conferentie “Executive Search Summit 2007” wordt gehouden in de Princeton Club in New York op 23 en 24 oktober.

De thema’s waarover gesproken zal worden, lijken alvast interessant, met oa de State of the Search Industry, Understanding and Deploying Executive Assessment Tools to Enhance Your Practice, The Science of Search, How to Win Searches at Fortune 500 Companies, Growth through Expansion into Emerging Markets, M & A in Executive Search, Fee Trends in Executive Search, Search Firm Marketing Strategies, …

Ik was er als spreker over Social and Power Networking (hoe kunnen recruiters sociale netwerken gebruiken om meer resultaat te boeken?).

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