Insider Information: How Hiring Decisions Are Made: Executive Search Firms’ and Top HR Pro’s insights

Insider Information: How Hiring Decisions Are Made: Executive Search Firms’ and Top HR Pro’s insights
Event on 2016-01-26 17:30:00
Hiring decisions are tough regardless of whether you are the job seeker who wants the right company or the company who wants the right employee. Making these employment decisions has incalculable impact on your career and on company performance. How do you sift through all of the information, presentations, references, and nuances to get to the core of what’s going to work best for both sides? How do you influence the stakeholders to either recruit the best in class or be offered interviews with the companies you want? Fortunately, we have the experts with the answers joining us on Tuesday, January 26th. Executive search professionals and the head of Human Resources will share their experiences and recommendations for success. Joining us for this panel are (bios below): Hank Flores: Partner, Radius Partners, executive search and talent advisory firm serving clients in the Internet & Digital Media, Technology, Clean Energy, Life Sciences, and Consumer Goods & Services verticals; HBS ‘90 Deirdre Evens: Chief People Officer at Iron Mountain, an information storage and enterprise management firm. Moved from manufacturing through marketing and strategy to HR at Clean Harbors then Iron Mountain Jeff Yolen: Executive Director, Russell Reynolds, a global executive search firm. Tim leads the firm's Software Practice on the East Coast and is a member of the Technology Sector globally; HBS ‘94 Moderated by Pam Lassiter of Lassiter Consulting, a boutique executive career transition firm, we invite you to come and learn from these insiders about how the “black box” of hiring decisions actually works! Logistics Tuesday January 26, 2016 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.: Check-in, social hour, sandwiches and refreshments 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.: Discussion and Q+A Harvard Business School Hawes 101 60 Harvard Way Boston, MA 02163 (Map/Directions) Parking: HBS Campus Lot, Enter Batten Way or Gorden Road Entrance (see map) REGISTRATION REQUIRED Check if You're a Member Before Registering! As the HBSAB website is in transition we thank you for your continued support and patience using the temporary EventBrite website for event registration and joining or renewing your membership with us. Please feel free to use this link to check your membership status. We'll check tickets and email you if you purchased in error. HBSAB President's Club Member: Free HBSAB Member: Guest* of HBSAB Member: Non-member: HBS MBA Current Student** Member: *Guest Policy – If you are eligible to join HBSAB, please join and purchase the member ticket OR purchase the non-member ticket. ** HBS MBA Student – Make sure you have activated your free membership before registering. Inclement Weather Policy In the event that this program is cancelled due to weather, your registration will remain with the new rescheduled date TBD. In the event that you are not able to attend on the rescheduled date, you may request a refund or admittance to a similarly priced event.  Refund Policy Request refund via email by 5:00 p.m. on January 19, 2016.   Biographies Moderator: Pam Lassiter (a Gold Sponsor of HBSAB and organizer of this event), author of The New Job Security, a Wall Street Journal award-winning book, is principal of Lassiter Consulting, a firm that provides career coaching to companies and individuals worldwide. Pam has been consulting for more than thirty years; she coaches managers as they take on additional leadership responsibilities, adjust performance issues, consider career changes, or concentrate on retaining diverse staff. This focus enables high potential employees to progress within their organizations, improving overall corporate productivity and performance. Her clients include Fortune 100 companies as well as startup and venture firms, and multiple graduate business programs including MIT, Harvard, and University of California Berkeley-Haas. She coaches global leaders for the Executive Education program at Harvard Business School. Specific client companies include Agfa, Gillette, BlueCross BlueShield, ITT, Harvard University, Getronics, First Data, Polaroid, Roche, Barclays Bank and others in the manufacturing, financial and high tech fields. Lassiter earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas in English/Spanish and her Master's degree from Boston University in psychological counseling with specific graduate coursework in career development and business management.   Panelists:   Deirdre Evens oversees global human resources for Iron Mountain, leading people operations and strategy necessary to support the company's growth through the recruitment, development, retention, and enablement of global talent. She came to Iron Mountain from environmental, energy, and industrial services company Clean Harbors, where she most recently served as the executive vice president of human resources since 2011, overseeing all aspects of human resources and employee development for a global workforce of more than 13,000 employees. Evens joined Clean Harbors in 2007 as the company's executive vice president of sales and marketing. Prior to Clean Harbors, she was senior vice president of member insight for BJ's Wholesale Club, responsible for strategy, member analytics, market research and segment marketing. Evens also held several senior operational and executive leadership roles with Polaroid, beginning as a plant manager before becoming a director of manufacturing operations. Later, she became the vice president and general manager of Polaroid's 0 million imaging division. In this role, she had P&L responsibility and led worldwide marketing, strategy, sales and operations planning, and product management. Her final position at the company was senior vice president of worldwide marketing and strategy. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University.   Hank Flores is Partner and Co-founder of Radius Partners, an executive search and talent advisory firm that specializes in recruiting executive management for clients in Internet & Digital Media, Technology, Clean Energy, Life Sciences, and Consumer Goods & Services. Most recently, he was a Managing Principal with Consilium Partners for almost 10 years. Hank concentrates on assignments for senior leaders who serve as pivotal catalysts for driving growth – CxO and strategy; marketing, product management, and innovation; and sales, business development, and account management – typically for clients seeking to improve strategic focus on their customers and consumers. His clients span Fortune 500, emerging middle-market, and early-stage companies. A former senior operating executive, Hank enjoyed a 20+ year career leading organizations and managing P&L’s for consumer, b2b, and technology companies. Revenue under his responsibility ranged from under million in start-up environments to more than 0 million in larger corporate settings. As a result of his deep familiarity with the roles he is asked to fill, Hank’s clients value the perspective and insights he brings to each search. Immediately prior to starting his career in search, Hank held leadership roles, including CEO and COO, with several early-stage and middle-market companies. Earlier, he led key marketing and sales organizations for a number of global, Fortune 500 companies including Polaroid, NYNEX (now Verizon), Procter & Gamble, and IBM. He was honored as a “Top 100 Marketer” by Advertising Age magazine for restoring a well-known consumer brand to market share leadership while with P&G. Hank earned an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree in Marketing and Information Systems from Fordham University. He serves on the board of advisors of Mindcircuit, Inc., and was previously on the board of directors of the Hamilton-Wenham Youth Soccer Association. He lives on the north shore of Massachusetts with his wife and three daughters.   Jeff Yolen leads Russell Reynolds Associates' Software Practice on the East Coast and is a member of the Technology Sector. His work is focused on software, mobile and digital assignments. Jeff works with high-growth private and public companies on the East and West coasts.  Prior to joining the firm, Jeff was an executive search leader focused on C-level and other executive searches for software and internet clients.  Before that, Jeff started and ran the U.S. practice for a leading executive search boutique in Europe. Earlier, Jeff spent over 15 years as a software, internet, and mobile executive and investor.  He was Chief Revenue Officer of digital media startup Sphere (which was acquired by AOL and subsequently merged with Outbrain), where he served as Vice President.  He was also a venture partner at New Atlantic Ventures (formerly DFJ New England and Draper Atlantic), and he served in executive roles at Virgin Management, Real Networks, and Kozmo.com. Jeff earned an A.B. in urban studies from Harvard College, an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and an M.P.A. in international affairs from Harvard University.
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