Would you like to take your career to the next level?
What is important when you would like to advance your career? What are the skills and qualities head-hunters and recruiters are looking for? How do they search for potential candidates? How do they evaluate your professional background? What role does education play in career development? And what is the importance of networking?
We have invited Hannu-Matias Nurmi, SVP and Head of Employment at Mercuri Urval, and Jirimiko Oranen, CEO of T-Media Relations, to discuss these and many more questions and help you taking the right next steps to advance your career.
08:30 Sign in and coffee
08:50 Welcome words , Juha Malmivaara, Sales Director, Henley Business School
09:00 What does it take? A headhunter’s view, Hannu-Matias Nurmi, SVP and Head of Employment, Mercuri Urval
09:45 How education can advance a career, Jirimiko Oranen, CEO, T-Media Relations
Hannu-Matias Nurmi is leading Mercuri Urval’s team at the company’s headquarter in Stockholm. Besides his team leader role, Hannu-Matias is globally responsible for Mercuri Urval’s consultant employment ensuring that Mercuri Urval hires outstanding executive search consultants all over the world. Before his current role, he was leading the ICT & Digital Business team in Helsinki. Hannu-Matias is inspired by good leadership and successful people. His passion is improving the success of organisations through data-driven and analytical approach.
Jirimiko Oranen, an award-winning communications and marketing strategist, is CEO & Partner at the reputation advisory T-Media Relations. Previously, he worked as Director of Marketing and Communications, Nordic Region, for Tata Consultancy Services, and as Director of the Finland Corporate Communications practice at Hill+Knowlton Strategies. Jirimiko is a C-level advisor to leading international and Finnish clients from IT and technology to mechanical engineering and metals. His core areas of expertise include reputation, integrated marketing, and issues management.
Limited seats are available, please sign up by 13 January 2017.
The event is free of charge, but we will charge a cancellation fee of 75€ (+VAT 24%) in case the registered person does not arrive to the event.