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AESC London conference to focus on effects of global changes

The executive search and leadership consulting profession is undergoing widespread change impacted by fast-moving external forces. At the global industry association’s European Conference, Richard Dobbs of McKinsey Global Institute will speak about “No Ordinary Disruption - How the World Will be Different,” commenting on the global forces breaking all the trends: the collision of technological disruption, rapid emerging-markets growth, urbanization, widespread ageing and greater global connections.

Major technological changes are impacting the future of executive talent acquisition. How can senior talent acquisition professionals better grapple with the rapid pace at which their organizations must adapt and evolve to win the best talent and impact their bottom lines?

Russ Shaw of Tech London Advocates will share insights on “Technological Disruption & The Future of Talent Acquisition,” based on his experiences having served on the boards of multiple technology companies. Delegates will find out what they need to know today to be prepared for tomorrow and stay ahead of competitors in the race for top executive talent.

Additional conference sessions and events will include:

* Consolidation & Globalization: A View from Global Networks and Alliances

* The Future of the Executive Search and Leadership Consulting Profession

* Networking Cruise on the River Thames

AESC president and CEO, Karen Greenbaum, commented, “As the voice of excellence for executive search and leadership consultants worldwide, it is AESC’s promise to create forums where executive search and leadership consultants, and senior talent acquisition professionals, can engage for learning, thought leadership and exposure to innovative ideas and best practices. Our profession is equipped today with tomorrow’s insights. Events like our European Conference offer AESC members—and the clients they serve—ahead-of-the-curve insights, keeping both at the forefront in the race for the best in global executive talent.”


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