Graham Jenkins MRCSA (Life)

March 29, 2011 No Comments by rcsaconference

Graham Jenkins ABOUT THE SESSION

Concurrent Session - Fresh Thinking, New Ideas and Useful Tools

Graham Jenkins ran his own recruitment business for many years before he sold it. Now as an entrepreneur, investor and business coach with The Executive Connection he frequently comes across fresh thinking and new ways of doing things. In this presentation he will share a miscellany of the business tools that have caught his eye this year.
Charles Darwin said that it is not the strongest that survive, but rather those that can adapt to change.
The last ten years have seen huge changes in the way that business can be done. In our industry this has meant that we can recruit for our clients more quickly and more cheaply. Those companies that can best harness the innovations that become available can have a clear competitive advantage.
This presentation will outline some business tools and approaches that might be worth getting excited about.

BIOGRAPHY

Graham Jenkins MRCSA (Life) has over twenty years experience running businesses. He sold his recruitment business in 2004 but remained active in executive search as a partner in a global executive search firm until 2007.

For the last five years he has been a Chair with TEC – The Executive Connection, and in this role mentors CEOs in a broad range of business fields so that they become better leaders, make better decisions and drive better results for their organisations. www.tec.com.au

He also Chairs the Board of a private company and, also as a business strategist and investor, advises clients on such issues as profitable growth, strategic planning, staff retention and the sale and acquisition of businesses.

Graham is a Life Member and former Board Member of the Recruitment and Consulting Services Association. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Management and the Australian Human Resources Institute. He possesses an Honours Degree in Economics, a Diploma in Human Resources and a Masters in Labour Law from Sydney University.

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