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Housebuilding – The BarrattRedrow Deal and what it means for the sector

Chris Jones, Principal, Industrial and Transportation, discusses how The BarrattRedrow merger aims to create the UK’s largest housebuilder, potentially impacting market dominance, housing supply, and geographic expansion.

Cultivating new era mindsets for new era challenges

Adam Gates, Becky Mackarel and Richard Plaistowe, Odgers Interim’s Financial Services Practice, welcomed their colleague, Andrew Rodgers, Principal, Odgers Berndtson Leadership Practice, who offered practical advice on hot topics...

Top Tips: Virtual Interviews

Interviews can be a nerve-racking experience for anyone at any stage of their career, and it is always good to be as prepared as possible. Speak with your recruitment consultant to gain more insight into what to expect or prepare...

Management Styles: Understanding different styles for more efficient management

Management styles can really impact team productivity. Depending on the way managers plan, organise, delegate, make decisions and manage their staff can be the difference in a successful and not so successful project.


How to combat anxiety and dealing with stressful situations

We can all experience periods of stress and anxiety – whether this is from demanding work situations, from stressful situations in our personal lives or a combination of the two.

Anxiety and stress have been prominent emotions...

Top tips on leading teams virtually

With many interim roles continuing to operate under hybrid working, interim managers may still find themselves in the position of leading their teams virtually. You may have days working in an office environment with your team, or...

Bringing in a gamechanger: why hiring an interim executive could transform your business

Glen Johnson, Partner at Odgers Interim, says that bringing in an interim executive is often seen as a stopgap measure while organizations figure out what to do.

Getting ready for take-off: aviation faces staffing and marketing challenges as travel recovers

Aviation is showing strong signs of recovery after a severe contraction in demand. But making the most of a return to growth means attracting new people to work in the sector and overcoming image problems, says our principal consultant for transportation Chris Jones.

When 2 worlds collide: the growing overlap of mental health and digitalisation in Higher Education

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.

Turning uncertainty into opportunity: How Interim Management can be used to navigate the challenges of M&A

Bambos Eracleous, Partner and Head of our Media & Entertainment Practice, explores the changes, challenges, and opportunities arising from M&A in the sector and how interim management can add value on both a business and individual level.

Top tips on starting new assignments virtually

With continuing numbers of interim assignments being conducted on a hybrid style working pattern, interims may still face starting new assignments virtually. Whilst many of us are now used to working from home or working in a...

Automate Success: Why Clients in the Parcel & Logistics Sector should invest in Automation now

Ross Gordon, Principal Consultant in our Business Services Practice, reflects on the incredible success of the Parcel & Logistics sector in the last twelve months, and explains why clients in the sector should turn their attention to investing in automation now.

Insurance 2021 - A year of adapting

Adam Gates, Head of our Insurance Practice, reflects on the last twelve months in the Insurance sector and highlights how the challenge of adapting to uncertainty is a great opportunity to put the customer back into focus.

Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future: Addressing Climate Change Through Resource Efficiency with Dr Graham Hillier

For the latest webinar in our popular and topical series “Preparing for a Zero Carbon Future”, we had the pleasure of being joined by Dr Graham Hillier, Strategic Advisor, CPI. A businessman and academic, as well as a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, Graham looks at climate change through the lens of resource efficiency.

BritTech & The Shortage Economy: 6 Steps Clients Must Take To Succeed

Paul Wright, Head of our B2B Technology Practice, reflects on the tumultuous times in the BritTech space and highlights why change and disruption are equally sources of opportunity and growth.

UK Life Sciences & Healthcare Industry in 2022: An ever-optimistic tale

In this article, SJ Leatherdale, Partner and Head of our Life Sciences & Healthcare Practice, reflects on observations from within the Life Sciences & Healthcare industry in the UK, the challenge of attracting the right talent, and the potential of the industry to establish the UK as a world leader in the post-pandemic economy.

Local Government: The Nexus for a Bright Future

With close to two decades of experience recruiting high profile senior executive interim managers for Local and Central Government, Jes Ladva, Partner and Head of the Government Practice at Odgers Interim, reflects on the vital importance of utilising cross-sector expertise to provide unparalleled leadership across all government functions.

Take-Off and Landing: How to ensure client expectations are met

In this article, guest author Jack Kenward, an interim and consultant working predominantly in strategic and leadership roles in universities, outlines several solutions to ensure a smooth experience for both clients and candidates during interim or consultant projects.

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