ESIX NY 06-07-17
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ESIX NY 06-07-17

Our 'summer-finale' ESIX NY Member Meeting at The Harvard Club of New York. Note the cocktail hour immediately afterwards.

When: 06-07-2017
Breakfast at 9.15am, meeting starts at 10am; cocktails at 4pm
Where: Harvard Club of New York
35 West 44th Street
New York, New York  10036
United States
Presenter: Simon Mullins
Contact: Simon Mullins

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Wednesday, June 7th, 2017


Location         President’s Room, The Harvard Club of NY, 35 West 44th Street, New York City, 10036


9:15 am          Arrival, Coffee/Continental Breakfast

10:00 am        Meeting begins/Introductions

10:15 am        A New Talent Pool: Temporary Executives?

There is much talk of the ‘gig economy’, but the executive end of the talent spectrum has not yet been referenced in the discussion. At the same time, the interim executive market, though quite strong in Europe, has never really taken off at scale in the US – perhaps now the time is right? We will be joined by Tracy Anderson, who is teaching and studying for her PhD with Peter Cappelli at Wharton, and who will share with us her research on this space – who are these ‘executive temps’, and what are the opportunities & challenges for employers.

11:15 am        Break

11:30 am        2017 ESIX Annual Benchmark Survey – Highlights

We will touch on some highlights from this year’s Annual Benchmark Survey, discuss any surprises, and use it as a baseline to explore what we might do differently as a function moving forward.          

              News Update

12:30               Lunch

1:30 pm          Predictive Analytics – a crystal ball for recruiters?

We have heard from speakers on the magic of predictive analytics before, but always with a focus on keeping talent. Finally, one startup has dared to venture into the world of finding and approaching talent, using similar tools working with publicly available ‘big data’. We learn from EngageTalent Founder & CEO, Joseph Hanna how they do what they do, and how it will help us predict when the executives we seek are ready for their next opportunity.

3:00 pm          Ethics: Hiring & Developing Ethical Leaders                                                           

Dr. Kenneth Freeman has a unique perspective: he has served as a Fortune 500 CEO (Quest Diagnostics), as a board director (Dow Corning, TRW, HCA, Masonite) and as an investor (KKR). Now, as Dean of the Boston University Questrom School of Business, he is drawing on that vast leadership experience to help deliver the ethical leaders that industry needs today - perhaps now more than ever, and will discuss with us his most recent thinking on the topic.

4:00 pm          Networking Reception

Beverages and hors d’oeuvres are shared to celebrate the end of the first half of 2017.

5.30 pm          Adjourn