Training Dates

Attending an open course is not only a highly cost effective way of learning, it also gives you a chance to interact with your peers from other organisations, taking on board their viewpoints and experiences. In order to optimise your learning experience, most of our courses are purposely run with small delegate numbers and are generally capped at 12. Book now  to avoid disappointment!

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Jul
26
Wed
Executing a Successful Head-Hunting Assignment @ London
Jul 26 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Why Headhunt?

With 25% of the market looking to move at any one time you may feel that there are enough job seekers to go around. The problem for you with that 25% of people is that they are actively looking for work and will have other irons in their fire. The odds are in the candidate’s favour and not in yours and your client’s. So, if you want to be able to discuss job opportunities and career steps with the other 75%, you had better be able to head-hunt. NB Head-hunting is much more than sending someone a message on LinkedIn. There is a skill and an art to engaging with and approaching the passive prospect.

Being able to head-hunt allows you to handle those vacancies and assignments that you would otherwise find impossible. It really does ensure that the candidates you put forward to your clients are the best available. Head-hunted candidates are highly unlikely to be presented to your client by your competitors, even when sharing a contingent assignment. Executive Search techniques are as applicable for junior positions as they are for senior ones. Head-hunting can help you get full fee assignments on a retained basis too.

Who should attend?

This busy one day participative executive search training course is suitable for consultants (both external & internal) wishing to add head-hunting / executive search to their skill set (with a good understanding of recruitment) or for experienced search consultants wishing to formalise their knowledge.

Subject Matter on the day to include:

Managing client expectations – Be able to explain to potential clients what is possible and within what timescales (and gain their buy in).  Headhunting cannot produce the impossible.  As a consultant it is your job to give best practice advice. This session will help enhance the hiring authority & consultant relationship and ensure there is a clear road map to success.

Head-Hunting methodology; managing the process; ethics – Learn how to manage an assignment in a professional logical manner ensuring continuity and consistency of results and enhance your own reputation along the way.

Name gathering – including market mapping utilising both the phone and the internet – Being able to identify and target an effective list of potential contacts will ensure the success of the assignment. Doing it in a timely way is vital.

How to get through – When armed with your contact list, the next potential obstacle is the receptionist, secretary or PA. But what if you can’t get through to the one person ideal for the role? Learn how to get through time and time again, no matter the situation.

Rapport, commitment & control – Those first few opening moments over the phone are crucial if you are to extend your ‘air time’ into a meaningful two way fact finding conversation. Although you cannot control people, you can control process and gaining the candidate’s commitment is the key. Learn the tried and tested ways to do just that.

The head-hunt call & subsequent conversations – Knowing what you are going to say is half the battle. Knowing how and when to say it is the other half. Few recruiters without formal head-hunt training really know just how to do that. Learn the methodology and psychology behind a truly effective opening to a prospective candidate and how to link information gathered from the candidate previously into each subsequent stage of the consultant/candidate relationship.

Overcoming objections and reactions – Practice really does make perfect. “Where did you get my name?”, “I’m happy where I am”, “Who’s your client?” and a dozen others come up time and time again. Being able to overcome these responses to the candidate’s satisfaction is the key to starting a long lasting business relationship. This session will give you the tools to do that.

NOTE : For consultants wishing to explore the sales process and the pitch itself, our ‘selling executive search’ course detail is here.

The Trainer:

Warren Kemp is one of the most sought after specialist trainers and management consultants around today. He has been training individuals and organisations in the art of head-hunting for some 15 years. His clients span small independent start-ups to some of the major names in the recruitment industry and to date have come from 23 different countries worldwide. As well as his training and consultancy services, Warren is one of the leading audio presenters and authors on recruitment matters – now available via PDF, MP3 and MP4. Go to ku.dos online training to find out more!

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349+VAT per delegate

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book?

Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.
Call us for an in-house quotation.

Sep
5
Tue
The Billing Manager – managing people and motivating teams @ London
Sep 5 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Managing People and Motivating Teams

“It’s amazing how much you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit”
Harry Truman, US President (1945-53)

“Very enjoyable and informative, gave lots of food for thought and I have provided positive feedback to our company directors.”

“I went into the course with management experience, and whilst a lot of the content I had heard/read previously, there were several ‘light bulb’ moments for me thanks to the way that the training was delivered.”

Overview

One of the most difficult management challenges there is in recruitment is to run a billing desk and find time to look after others at the same time. Getting the balance right isn’t easy. Yet, by consistently following some simple rules, and having the knowledge of when and how to get involved with those reporting to you, it is something that can be relatively straightforward. With all of us facing some challenging times ahead, it isn’t simply good management but great motivational skills, too, that will help make the difference.

Who should attend?

This one-day introduction to managing & motivating people and teams is ideal for recruiters who are new to management and for the more experienced manager who has perhaps been self taught or had no formal training.

Course Outline

  • Qualities of great motivators & managers
  • Self evaluation & action plan for self development
  • Evaluation of your people/team
  • Time management, prioritisation & delegation
  • Managing & mentoring by coaching
  • Active listening
  • Motivating teams and individuals in difficult circumstances
  • Giving feedback on a poor performance
  • Getting an individual to buy into an idea
  • Conducting appraisals
  • Running an effective meeting

The Trainer

Stewart Stone specialises in management training and leadership development within the recruitment sector. He is also an expert in how to recruit recruiters at all levels, and retain and motivate employees. For more information on Stewart, please visit our Meet The Team page.

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349 + VAT

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is generally capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book? Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax it to [email protected] or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.

Call us for an in-house quotation.

Sep
13
Wed
Executing a Successful Head-Hunting Assignment @ London
Sep 13 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Why Headhunt?

With 25% of the market looking to move at any one time you may feel that there are enough job seekers to go around. The problem for you with that 25% of people is that they are actively looking for work and will have other irons in their fire. The odds are in the candidate’s favour and not in yours and your client’s. So, if you want to be able to discuss job opportunities and career steps with the other 75%, you had better be able to head-hunt. NB Head-hunting is much more than sending someone a message on LinkedIn. There is a skill and an art to engaging with and approaching the passive prospect.

Being able to head-hunt allows you to handle those vacancies and assignments that you would otherwise find impossible. It really does ensure that the candidates you put forward to your clients are the best available. Head-hunted candidates are highly unlikely to be presented to your client by your competitors, even when sharing a contingent assignment. Executive Search techniques are as applicable for junior positions as they are for senior ones. Head-hunting can help you get full fee assignments on a retained basis too.

Who should attend?

This busy one day participative executive search training course is suitable for consultants (both external & internal) wishing to add head-hunting / executive search to their skill set (with a good understanding of recruitment) or for experienced search consultants wishing to formalise their knowledge.

Subject Matter on the day to include:

Managing client expectations – Be able to explain to potential clients what is possible and within what timescales (and gain their buy in).  Headhunting cannot produce the impossible.  As a consultant it is your job to give best practice advice. This session will help enhance the hiring authority & consultant relationship and ensure there is a clear road map to success.

Head-Hunting methodology; managing the process; ethics – Learn how to manage an assignment in a professional logical manner ensuring continuity and consistency of results and enhance your own reputation along the way.

Name gathering – including market mapping utilising both the phone and the internet – Being able to identify and target an effective list of potential contacts will ensure the success of the assignment. Doing it in a timely way is vital.

How to get through – When armed with your contact list, the next potential obstacle is the receptionist, secretary or PA. But what if you can’t get through to the one person ideal for the role? Learn how to get through time and time again, no matter the situation.

Rapport, commitment & control – Those first few opening moments over the phone are crucial if you are to extend your ‘air time’ into a meaningful two way fact finding conversation. Although you cannot control people, you can control process and gaining the candidate’s commitment is the key. Learn the tried and tested ways to do just that.

The head-hunt call & subsequent conversations – Knowing what you are going to say is half the battle. Knowing how and when to say it is the other half. Few recruiters without formal head-hunt training really know just how to do that. Learn the methodology and psychology behind a truly effective opening to a prospective candidate and how to link information gathered from the candidate previously into each subsequent stage of the consultant/candidate relationship.

Overcoming objections and reactions – Practice really does make perfect. “Where did you get my name?”, “I’m happy where I am”, “Who’s your client?” and a dozen others come up time and time again. Being able to overcome these responses to the candidate’s satisfaction is the key to starting a long lasting business relationship. This session will give you the tools to do that.

NOTE : For consultants wishing to explore the sales process and the pitch itself, our ‘selling executive search’ course detail is here.

The Trainer:

Warren Kemp is one of the most sought after specialist trainers and management consultants around today. He has been training individuals and organisations in the art of head-hunting for some 15 years. His clients span small independent start-ups to some of the major names in the recruitment industry and to date have come from 23 different countries worldwide. As well as his training and consultancy services, Warren is one of the leading audio presenters and authors on recruitment matters – now available via PDF, MP3 and MP4. Go to ku.dos online training to find out more!

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349+VAT per delegate

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book?

Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.
Call us for an in-house quotation.

Sep
19
Tue
The Billing Manager – managing people and motivating teams @ Sheffield
Sep 19 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Managing People and Motivating Teams

“It’s amazing how much you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit”
Harry Truman, US President (1945-53)

“Very enjoyable and informative, gave lots of food for thought and I have provided positive feedback to our company directors.”

“I went into the course with management experience, and whilst a lot of the content I had heard/read previously, there were several ‘light bulb’ moments for me thanks to the way that the training was delivered.”

Overview

One of the most difficult management challenges there is in recruitment is to run a billing desk and find time to look after others at the same time. Getting the balance right isn’t easy. Yet, by consistently following some simple rules, and having the knowledge of when and how to get involved with those reporting to you, it is something that can be relatively straightforward. With all of us facing some challenging times ahead, it isn’t simply good management but great motivational skills, too, that will help make the difference.

Who should attend?

This one-day introduction to managing & motivating people and teams is ideal for recruiters who are new to management and for the more experienced manager who has perhaps been self taught or had no formal training.

Course Outline

  • Qualities of great motivators & managers
  • Self evaluation & action plan for self development
  • Evaluation of your people/team
  • Time management, prioritisation & delegation
  • Managing & mentoring by coaching
  • Active listening
  • Motivating teams and individuals in difficult circumstances
  • Giving feedback on a poor performance
  • Getting an individual to buy into an idea
  • Conducting appraisals
  • Running an effective meeting

The Trainer

Stewart Stone specialises in management training and leadership development within the recruitment sector. He is also an expert in how to recruit recruiters at all levels, and retain and motivate employees. For more information on Stewart, please visit our Meet The Team page.

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349 + VAT

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is generally capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book? Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax it to [email protected] or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.

Call us for an in-house quotation.

Oct
11
Wed
Selling Executive Search & Winning Retained and Exclusive Assignments @ London
Oct 11 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

“The course last week was a breath of fresh air and Neil won a £100k HR Director search for and I won a £200k Commercial Director search.”

Excellent format, pace and approach to training. No role plays and condescending content, which make this a must for all experienced recruiters. Thoroughly recommended!!”

“Never before have I been on a course and come back with so many great practices and ideas. The ROI is incredible. It will also undoubtedly help us as a company decide on what business strategy to adopt and move forward with.” 

Course Overview

Although not confined to the executive search arena, retained assignments predominantly go hand in hand with the need to headhunt a key role and/or a client paid advertising campaign.  Winning a retainer is a difficult sell.

This course will address your issues and challenges in and around the retained market helping you to:-

  • Identify potential retained clients & retained/exclusive opportunities
  • Evaluate your competitors and where that places you
  • Be aware of what clients look for in a retained recruitment partner
  • Engage with clients – building up to a retainer
  • Structure and prepare your pitch
  • Understand & perfect the sales process both verbally & written (tenders)
  • Effectively handle fee negotiation and types of retainers
  • Produce an action plan to move forward

We have been training individuals and organisations in the art of the executive search, headhunting and the direct approach since 1998.  Our Successful Head-Hunting training course is suitable for Executive Search firms and those wishing to add headhunting to their core offering (whether you sell it as a service to the client or not) and deliver quality candidates.

This Selling Executive Search & Winning Retained and Exclusive Assignments one day course will give you the tools to sell those skills & methodology to your clients.  Our lead trainer and MD Warren Kemp has trained more people and delivers more courses in headhunting and executive search than any other trainer around today.

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349+VAT

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book?

Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289 / +44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.

Oct
17
Tue
The Billing Manager – managing people and motivating teams @ London
Oct 17 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Managing People and Motivating Teams

“It’s amazing how much you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit”
Harry Truman, US President (1945-53)

“Very enjoyable and informative, gave lots of food for thought and I have provided positive feedback to our company directors.”

“I went into the course with management experience, and whilst a lot of the content I had heard/read previously, there were several ‘light bulb’ moments for me thanks to the way that the training was delivered.”

Overview

One of the most difficult management challenges there is in recruitment is to run a billing desk and find time to look after others at the same time. Getting the balance right isn’t easy. Yet, by consistently following some simple rules, and having the knowledge of when and how to get involved with those reporting to you, it is something that can be relatively straightforward. With all of us facing some challenging times ahead, it isn’t simply good management but great motivational skills, too, that will help make the difference.

Who should attend?

This one-day introduction to managing & motivating people and teams is ideal for recruiters who are new to management and for the more experienced manager who has perhaps been self taught or had no formal training.

Course Outline

  • Qualities of great motivators & managers
  • Self evaluation & action plan for self development
  • Evaluation of your people/team
  • Time management, prioritisation & delegation
  • Managing & mentoring by coaching
  • Active listening
  • Motivating teams and individuals in difficult circumstances
  • Giving feedback on a poor performance
  • Getting an individual to buy into an idea
  • Conducting appraisals
  • Running an effective meeting

The Trainer

Stewart Stone specialises in management training and leadership development within the recruitment sector. He is also an expert in how to recruit recruiters at all levels, and retain and motivate employees. For more information on Stewart, please visit our Meet The Team page.

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349 + VAT

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is generally capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book? Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax it to [email protected] or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.

Call us for an in-house quotation.

Nov
1
Wed
Executing a Successful Head-Hunting Assignment @ London
Nov 1 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Why Headhunt?

With 25% of the market looking to move at any one time you may feel that there are enough job seekers to go around. The problem for you with that 25% of people is that they are actively looking for work and will have other irons in their fire. The odds are in the candidate’s favour and not in yours and your client’s. So, if you want to be able to discuss job opportunities and career steps with the other 75%, you had better be able to head-hunt. NB Head-hunting is much more than sending someone a message on LinkedIn. There is a skill and an art to engaging with and approaching the passive prospect.

Being able to head-hunt allows you to handle those vacancies and assignments that you would otherwise find impossible. It really does ensure that the candidates you put forward to your clients are the best available. Head-hunted candidates are highly unlikely to be presented to your client by your competitors, even when sharing a contingent assignment. Executive Search techniques are as applicable for junior positions as they are for senior ones. Head-hunting can help you get full fee assignments on a retained basis too.

Who should attend?

This busy one day participative executive search training course is suitable for consultants (both external & internal) wishing to add head-hunting / executive search to their skill set (with a good understanding of recruitment) or for experienced search consultants wishing to formalise their knowledge.

Subject Matter on the day to include:

Managing client expectations – Be able to explain to potential clients what is possible and within what timescales (and gain their buy in).  Headhunting cannot produce the impossible.  As a consultant it is your job to give best practice advice. This session will help enhance the hiring authority & consultant relationship and ensure there is a clear road map to success.

Head-Hunting methodology; managing the process; ethics – Learn how to manage an assignment in a professional logical manner ensuring continuity and consistency of results and enhance your own reputation along the way.

Name gathering – including market mapping utilising both the phone and the internet – Being able to identify and target an effective list of potential contacts will ensure the success of the assignment. Doing it in a timely way is vital.

How to get through – When armed with your contact list, the next potential obstacle is the receptionist, secretary or PA. But what if you can’t get through to the one person ideal for the role? Learn how to get through time and time again, no matter the situation.

Rapport, commitment & control – Those first few opening moments over the phone are crucial if you are to extend your ‘air time’ into a meaningful two way fact finding conversation. Although you cannot control people, you can control process and gaining the candidate’s commitment is the key. Learn the tried and tested ways to do just that.

The head-hunt call & subsequent conversations – Knowing what you are going to say is half the battle. Knowing how and when to say it is the other half. Few recruiters without formal head-hunt training really know just how to do that. Learn the methodology and psychology behind a truly effective opening to a prospective candidate and how to link information gathered from the candidate previously into each subsequent stage of the consultant/candidate relationship.

Overcoming objections and reactions – Practice really does make perfect. “Where did you get my name?”, “I’m happy where I am”, “Who’s your client?” and a dozen others come up time and time again. Being able to overcome these responses to the candidate’s satisfaction is the key to starting a long lasting business relationship. This session will give you the tools to do that.

NOTE : For consultants wishing to explore the sales process and the pitch itself, our ‘selling executive search’ course detail is here.

The Trainer:

Warren Kemp is one of the most sought after specialist trainers and management consultants around today. He has been training individuals and organisations in the art of head-hunting for some 15 years. His clients span small independent start-ups to some of the major names in the recruitment industry and to date have come from 23 different countries worldwide. As well as his training and consultancy services, Warren is one of the leading audio presenters and authors on recruitment matters – now available via PDF, MP3 and MP4. Go to ku.dos online training to find out more!

Dates

View course dates

Timetable

9:30am – 5:00pm

Investment

£349+VAT per delegate

NOTE. All delegates get a FREE 30 days full access subscription for our online training platform ku.dos worth £50.

In order to optimise your learning experience, this course is purposely run with small delegate numbers and is capped at 12. Book now to avoid disappointment!

How do I book?

Please complete the booking form and email, post or fax number +44 (0)1529 309801. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to call 0800 0749289/+44 (0)1529 410586 and ask for Julie or Ken.
Call us for an in-house quotation.

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Selling Executive Search & Winning Retained and Exclusive Assignments @ London
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“The course last week was a breath of fresh air and Neil won a £100k HR Director search for and I won a £200k Commercial Director search.” “Excellent format, pace and approach to training. No role plays and condescending content, which make this a must for all experienced recruiters. Thoroughly recommended!!” “Never before have I been on a course and come back with so many great practices and ideas. The ROI is incredible. It will also undoubtedly help us as a company decide on what business strategy to adopt and move forward with.”  Course Overview Although not confined to the executive search arena, retained assignments predominantly go hand in hand with the need to headhunt a key role and/or a client paid advertising campaign.  Winning a retainer is a difficult[...]
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The Billing Manager – managing people and motivating teams 9:30 am
The Billing Manager – managing people and motivating teams @ London
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Managing People and Motivating Teams “It’s amazing how much you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit” Harry Truman, US President (1945-53) “Very enjoyable and informative, gave lots of food for thought and I have provided positive feedback to our company directors.” “I went into the course with management experience, and whilst a lot of the content I had heard/read previously, there were several ‘light bulb’ moments for me thanks to the way that the training was delivered.” Overview One of the most difficult management challenges there is in recruitment is to run a billing desk and find time to look after others at the same time. Getting the balance right isn’t easy. Yet, by consistently following some simple rules, and having the knowledge of when[...]
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Executing a Successful Head-Hunting Assignment 9:30 am
Executing a Successful Head-Hunting Assignment @ London
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Why Headhunt? With 25% of the market looking to move at any one time you may feel that there are enough job seekers to go around. The problem for you with that 25% of people is that they are actively looking for work and will have other irons in their fire. The odds are in the candidate’s favour and not in yours and your client’s. So, if you want to be able to discuss job opportunities and career steps with the other 75%, you had better be able to head-hunt. NB Head-hunting is much more than sending someone a message on LinkedIn. There is a skill and an art to engaging with and approaching the passive prospect. Being able to head-hunt allows you to handle those vacancies and assignments that[...]
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