Price (from): €3,000 / day
Stuart is focused on helping businesses and organisations, business owners, management and leadership teams within organisations of all sizes, by equipping their staff, at all levels - with the skills, attitudes and behaviours to flourish professionally, commercially and personally.
Stuart has a vast wealth of experience as a Trainer, Mentor and coach, with special areas of interest covering all aspects of Leadership and Management, sales, business growth, and Business Model prototyping for Innovation and competitive market advantage.
Stuart brings with him nearly 20 years of consulting and executive coaching experience. Prior to joining Clemorton he spent nearly 10 years in senior management roles within Large international companies – allowing him to understand the difficulties of leading and working in complex high-performance environments.
Stuart has consulted Internationally for many organisations, most recently for the likes of; Oracle, Google, Swissport , DHL, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Lufthansa, British Gas, Sanofi, The British Government and the National Health Service.
Stuart also lectures extensively on matters relating to Management and Leadership, Change, Negotiation and Business Growth at University College London and The University of Sussex in The United Kingdom. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management and also holds an Honorary Research Position at University College London. Stuart is also an active Board Member at Curriculo Solutions and recently was Programme Lead for the UK Government Growth Programme for High Growth Businesses in the UK, and has operated with many start-ups and scale-ups within the London and UK ecosystem.
My time and energy is consumed by being on the Board of both Clemorton Training and Development and Curriculo Solutions. I have a passion for developing and supporting businesses and individuals at all stages of their growth and their career, which is fulfilled by working at a strategic and operational level within both of these great organisations.
Clemorton primarily helps businesses across all sectors to become more effective through developing their Senior Leadership, sales teams and management populations – making them better equipped to handle the challenges that come their way. From Strategic Planning, Decision Making, Negotiation and Sales, Change Management and operational leadership; their experience in working in partnership with large and small organisations allows them to blend theory and practice seamlessly to give groups and individuals different ways of working to increase results and overall staff satisfaction.
They have worked globally with over 500 organisations in more than 30 countries in the last 15 years and have collectively helped to develop well over 100,000 leaders and innovators during that time.
My career has led me into various senior leadership roles across different industries commercially. And it is this experience which always ensures that I align training with organisational Vision, values, mission and aims to ensure that I help you to achieve your goals. Get in touch and see how I can help you.
About the training
Who will benefit?
All who recruit and help with recruitment and selection for their organisation and teams. Anyone without formal interviewing training and those recently promoted to positions with responsibility for interviewing, e.g. Newer Managers or those looking to minimise recruitment mistakes.
Why choose this course?
Any organisation is only as good as the people working within it. Recruitment selection therefore, is a time consuming and potentially costly process, which requires professional handling if it is to be cost-effective.Those involved in staff selection must appreciate that the risks attached to employing any candidate should be minimised as far as possible.
What delegates will learn
1. Basic concepts in recruitment and selection
2. How to construct and use job descriptions and employee profiles
3. How to screen CVs.
4. How to conduct a selection interview
5. How to use behavioural questioning techniques
6. How to avoid unfair discrimination