Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC)
After a rigorous assessment and referencing process, Eton Bridge Partners has been accepted as a member of AESC since January 2019. Being a member of AESC further demonstrates our deep commitment to the highest quality standards in Executive Search and Interim Management.
Since 1959, the Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) has set the quality standard for the executive search and leadership consulting profession. Its members are the leaders in executive talent and leadership advisory solutions.
AESC Members, range in size from large global executive search and leadership consulting firms and networks to regional and boutique firms, representing 16,000+ trusted professionals spanning 1450+ offices in 70+ countries. Members leverage their access and expertise to find, place and develop more than 100,000 executives each year in board and C-level positions for the world’s leading organizations of all types and sizes.
AESC Members operate at the top of the profession adhering to the AESC Code of Professional Practice. We, as members, are committed to our clients’ success, partnering with them to provide deep expertise in industries, functional roles and geographies in which their clients operate. AESC Members have to be expert advisors, because as partners they understand what is at stake—the value of success and the cost of failure.
We have been Affiliates of the IIM since Eton Bridge Partners was founded in 2010.
The Institute of Interim Management (IIM) is the UK’s professional body for independent professionals operating at board or near-board level as interim managers and executives, in business on their own account.
The Institute, which was founded in 2001 is a fully independent professional Institute incorporated as a not-for-profit organisation. The Institute is run by a board and executive committees of seasoned interim managers and is committed to supporting and promoting professional interim managers working in the UK and internationally. They maintain a code of conduct by which we hold all our members to ensure that interim managers work at, and above, a level expected by clients.
Each year the IIM conducts and publishes a survey of the interim market. What launched in January 2004 as a small survey of the IIM membership, went public in 2010, reaching out to the wider community. This year is the 10th of this authoritative Survey of the Interim market and its Service provider community. Around 2,500 interim managers complete the survey each year.
Our membership with NEDA helps ensure Eton Bridge are kept up to date with the latest news, updates and relevant training. NEDs operate in a complex and fast moving world and as part of their role it is important for us to keep up to date as much as it is for our interims.
NEDA supports NEDs by providing a range of training, education, mentoring and advisory services to both individuals and organisations, across all sectors – corporate, not-for-profit and public. The Non-Executive Directors Association (‘NEDA’) was established in 2007 to ‘represent Non-Executive Directors and ensure they are properly trained and developed.’
“Eton Bridge Partners are an excellent business with the highest levels of integrity and an innovative, flexible and friendly approach to everything they do. A partnership between our organisations is an obvious choice.” Graham Durgan, Chairman of NEDA
For further information, please contact Louise Chaplin on +44 (0)1753 303 600, visit the NEDA website.
The Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei)
Eton Bridge Partners are members of The Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (enei). They are the leading employer network promoting equality and inclusion in the workplace. The enei’s role is to influence government, business and trade unions, campaigning for real practical change.
The enei’s vision is for organisations and people to prosper by valuing difference in the workplace. Their mission is to be the Leading employers’ equality and inclusion network by working in partnership with members to set the recognised standard for best practice by:
Providing quality advice, benchmarking, training, events and services
Supporting employers to develop pragmatic and innovative solutions
Offering access to legal advice throughout the employment cycle
Delivering research led training and consultancy services
Publishing cutting-edge research and running engaging campaigns
Facilitating thought leadership to engage, lobby and influence key opinion formers