Rebecca Brandwood, Principal, Health and Education Practice, says that resolving future workforce challenges in the NHS calls for a different way of working with colleges and universities.
At the beginning of this month the...
Alongside Odgers Berndtson, we are thrilled to have won the Trailblazer Award for our Internal Support at the inaugural GenM Awards.
A world first, the GenM Awards aim to celebrate the businesses leading change for the menopause...
Student wellbeing and digital transformation are through necessity high on the agenda for universities and other education providers. Sarah Shaw, the partner who leads our Interim Education Practice, says these twin challenges are often intertwined.
October is Menopause Awareness Month. We caught up with Menopause Ally Lead Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of Education at Odgers Interim, to find out how the menopause affects women, what employers can do to support menopausal women in the workplace, and what we can all do to become menopause allies.
Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of our Education Practice, shares an article by John Raftery, Higher Education Leadership Consultant and Coach, discussing what 'difficult conversations' are and how to manage these in the workplace
What can the corporate world learn from the higher education sector to drive the social mobility agenda?
Rebecca Brandwood, Consultant in our Education and Healthcare Practices, discusses social mobility in higher education with Prof David Green, Vice Chancellor of the University of Worcester, and how the successes of the university sector could apply to the corporate world
Rebecca Brandwood, Healthcare and Education Consultant at Odgers Interim, hosts this episode to share a recent interim candidate webinar held to discuss the remote interview and digital on-boarding process. With colleagues Terry...
Sarah Shaw and Rebecca Brandwood speak to a selection of Vice Chancellors and relevant colleagues at several universities with medical schools, from across the UK, to discuss their institution’s reaction and response to the Covid-19 pandemic and their thoughts on the ‘new normal’ moving forward
Sarah Shaw, Partner & Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice, and Rebecca Brandwood, Higher Education Consultant, discuss the Scottish higher education market and the key drivers bringing challenges and opportunities to the sector
Rebecca Brandwood, our Healthcare and Education Consultant, discusses how shared challenges and opportunities will impact senior talent acquisition across both sectors
Sarah Shaw, Partner & Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice discuss the impact of the Augar Review on higher education recruitment and resourcing
Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of the Education Practice at Odgers Interim explains why the current vilification of university vice-chancellors is likely to have a negative impact on the UK's higher education sector.
Rebecca Brandwood talks to Interim HR & Employee Relations Manager Sue Simkin about implementing a new reward and recognition programme at Wolverhampton University
Employment is at record levels, yet too many groups in society still face entrenched disadvantages in accessing jobs and questions remain around the ‘quality of work’ and importantly, in-work progression. Amongst the many themes...
Sarah Shaw, Partner and Head of Odgers Interim’s Education Practice, offers her perspective on the vice-chancellor’s pay debate and explains the risks in putting those in the role under such intense scrutiny
Recognising the success of innovative workplace strategies and transformational HR practices within UK universities, this year’s UHR Awards celebrated the institutions enhancing their organisational culture and performance to put...
The upcoming transition of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) into the Office for Students represents a far-reaching step-change. From the 1st April, the emphasis will focus on students at the heart of all...
“We would regard Richard’s time with us as successful on two fronts: both the main job he was employed to do, which was ensure that we didn’t lose pace and momentum, but also having the benefit of that fresh pair of eyes”