ERA & AESC Certificate in Executive Research

ERA CERTIFICATE IN EXECUTIVE RESEARCH in partnership with the AESC

(ERA Members only) – ongoing throughout the year

2018 Course dates –(ERA Members only)

14th May -17th May 2018 – CLOSED

17th September – 20th September 2018 – CLOSED

15th October 2018 – 18th October 2018 – CLOSED

2019 dates coming soon!

For details and further information go ERA & AESC Researcher Professional Development Certification you can find this from our HOME page.

FEBRUARY 2019

Researcher Skills & Techniques” WORKSHOP

Wednesday 13th February 2019

1.30pm – 4.30pm  at Hays Executive 107 Cheapside London EC2V 6DN

 

In this session you will discover:

  • How to engage with your candidates
  • How to qualify your candidates
  • Sourcing, recommendations and referrals
  • Candidate experience & trouble shooting

This workshop is suitable for novice to seasoned researchers, the group is small and interactive so that you get the most out of the session and share experiences and ideas.

MARCH 2019

Wednesday 13th March 2019 – 1.30pm – 4.30pm GMT

“Researcher skills & techniques” WORKSHOP

ERA Member ticket £75

Non Member/Guest £150

Project Management

As researchers we are juggling a lot of campaigns, projects, candidates and clients at once. Project and time management is critical to the success of our assignments and ensuring that we meet the needs and demands of our clients and candidates. How can you stay in control of your growing workload and how can you ensure you are meeting your objectives?

It can often be challenging to keep on top of our campaigns and managing client expectations. This interactive session is geared for both novice and experienced researchers to help give you the tools to manage multiple projects successfully, as well as ensuring your candidates and clients are informed throughout the process. We will look to cover:

  • How to manage multiple projects
  • Time management and how we can ensure we are meeting performance objectives
  • Scheduling
  • Managing client and candidate expectations, including feedback.

In addition, we will look to understand what happens once an assignment is completed. What do we do with our knowledge and new contacts? How can we build on these networks for the future?