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Member Check-In: Working with Headhunters

Join us at this week's Member check-in for a 60-minute webinar on understanding how to work effectively with a headhunter.

Date and Time
16 May 2023
12:30 - 13:30
Not Specified
Director’s Circle
Full Member
Digital Member
£ 20
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Many of the more competitive boards call on the expertise of professional recruiters to find the right non-executives. This means for candidates, understanding how to work effectively with a headhunter is often a key step along the way. 

In this special session. Amanda Floyd will explain:

– trends and issues they are seeing in the non-executive recruitment market;
– what they offer and why boards choose to work with them;
– and how to stand out as a candidate.


Amanda Floyd, Director, Beaumont Bailey 

Amanda has over a decade of international head-hunting experience across the investment management, asset management and real estate sectors. She leads the Beaumont Bailey’s Investment practice having joined the founding team in 2019 from an established boutique search firm, where she was an Equity Partner.

Amanda has built up an impressive international track record and client portfolio across Europe, the US, Asia and the Middle East. Advising international investment firms on market entry into Europe is an area of expertise; from capital-raising strategy, to establishing an operating platform and building out in-country leadership teams.

Amanda has in-depth sector knowledge of the investment market and holds the CFA accredited Certificate in Investment Management (IMC). She has extensive experience conducting leadership, investment and distribution searches across a wide range of channels, as well as advising on succession and talent planning.

Amanda is dedicated to developing talent by creating networks focused on connecting future leaders, allowing them to share ideas and best practice and to seek to enact change. A key focus has been creating valuable networking and mentoring programmes which bring together high-potential women throughout the investment and real estate markets. Amanda is also involved in various initiatives including Women of the City and was invited to be a guest panellist at the 2020 leadership summit.