‘Building an Effective In-house Executive Search Team’ was an intimate speaker and round-table networking breakfast event for 30 management-level in-house recruitment professionals, all interested in building and maintaining an effective executive search team. The event focused on a range of influences including gaining executive buy in, setting up a team, and selecting the tools required to get it right. The event was a chance for our in-house recruiters to share challenges, solutions and best practice in round-table discussions with like-minded peers.

Held at the stunning offices of Invenias in Reading, this event was bursting at the seams, just the way we like it! We heard from two specialist guest speakers and benefited from two in-depth conversations on the roundtables. It’s fair to say that everyone who attended got plenty out of the event.

Who spoke?

Andy Mountney, Founding Partner at Aspen In-house

Andy has over 15 years experience in helping organisations build in-house executive search teams. With a keen interest in aiding companies deliver a great direct hiring experience for the business and candidates alike, he’s built innovative teams that use a wide variety of sourcing tools to engage with strategic talent.

 View Andy’s full presentation here: 

David Grundy, CEO and Co-Founder of Invenias

David is ideally placed to comment on technology trends and their impact on the executive search function, having had 20 years of experience working in the software industry. As co-founder of Erevena, a London based executive search firm focused on the technology sector, he also has direct experience of working in executive search.

View David’s full presentation here:  

We’d like to extend a huge thank you to Invenias for welcoming us into their offices and for their unrivaled experience on in-house executive search:

 

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