The latest episode in the popular podcast series "The Interim Leader" by Odgers Interim addresses the thematic of Diversity & Inclusion in Social Housing, and prompts us to reflect on why we are still talking the talk but seem to struggle to walk the walk when it comes to implementing the core values of D&I. Join us for a stimulating and eye opening discussion with Suresh Lal, Partner and Head of our Social Housing Practice, and Sue Johnson, Head of the Diversity and Inclusion Practice at Odgers Berndtson.
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...
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.
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.
Management styles immediately impact team productivity, team culture, and employee’s sense of belonging. For this article, Zoe Spalding, Resourcer at Odgers Interim, spoke to some of our interim managers to understand what styles they consider particularly effective for interim and short-term assignments, whilst diving into the different styles to better understand the impact they might have on working relationships.