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Case study: NHS test and trace

​​​​​​​Jes Ladva, Head of our Government Practice, discusses his recent set of appointments for the NHS test and trace programme

How to unravel the complications in social care leadership

​​​​​​​Nik Shah, Adult’s and Children’s Social Care Consultant at Odgers Interim, discusses the current recruitment and resourcing issues at a senior leadership level in social care, and offers novel solutions for solving the problems

Jes Ladva comments in Information Age: Tech companies’ role in local authorities response to Covid-19

Local authorities are responding to difficulties caused by Covid-19 and faced by the public by focusing on tech-based solutions

So you want to be the chief executive of a local authority? Here are five things you need to know

​​​​​​​Jes Ladva, Partner and Head of the Government Practice at Odgers Interim, talks to Dawn Baxendale, former CEO of Birmingham City Council, about what it takes to become the chief executive of a local authority

Local authorities: are you thinking about the IR35 opportunity?

Jes Ladva, Head of our Government Practice, explains why the roll out of IR35 in the private sector will make local government attractive to independent talent

Becoming the Chief Executive of a local authority

Jes Ladva, the Head of Odgers Interim's Government Practice looks at the current landscape for chief executives in local authorities and explains how aspiring leaders can step up into the role.

Presenter: Grant Speed,...

The top 5 digital talent trends across government

Siobhan Farlow, consultant in the Government Practice at Odgers Interim, discusses the top 5 talent demands she’s seeing across the government digital, data and technology (DDaT) space

Commercial pursuits: how local authorities can navigate the investment arena

Jes Ladva, Head of our Government Practice, explains how local authorities can get commercial investment right

We expand our Government Practice with two senior consultants

Siobhan Farlow and Nik Shah join our burgeoning Government Practice

So you want to become a non-executive director? Here are 5 things you should know

Jes Ladva, Head of the Government Practice at Odgers Interim looks at the skills and attributes needed to become a successful non-executive director

Mixed council results mean change must be delivered fast

Last month’s local council elections failed to reflect the seismic shocks of the recent snap elections. The expected Labour gains, followed by colossal losses for the Conservatives and Lib-Dem resurgence were instead met with...

The Interim Candidate Case Study: Bernadette Marjoram

Area of Expertise: Local Authority Transformation

Career History

Bernadette Marjoram has over 40 years experience working in Local Authorities, with a proven track record in corporate management including transformation,...

Local authorities eye genuine transformation with continued austerity freeze

Austerity has put balancing the books at the top of the agenda for some time...

Odgers Interim appoints new head of local government practice

Odgers Interim, the UK’s leading interim management provider, has hired Jes Ladva to lead its local government practice.

Case Study: Interim Programme Consultant at Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership

"Chris was very good at working as part of the team and relating to people,” says Peter. “One advantage of interim tendering is you tend to get better quality people than you would if you advertised a vacancy. You get people with a bredth and depth of experience. For us, that was incredible helpful."

Property is at the top of the local government agenda

Why property is top of the local government agenda

What you need to know before becoming an interim manager within Local Government

The interim management industry provides an often hidden, but essential role supporting the UK’s local government institutions. Interims are proven executives that can be deployed on a short-term basis to support an organisation...

Local area coordination: a new approach to meeting needs

In the midst of austerity and service cuts, some care leaders are turning to innovation in the form of Local Area Coordination and reaping extensive rewards.

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