February 2024, Issue 137

In this edition, we delve into diverse realms of leadership, talent migration, captivating sports narratives, and the intricate challenges facing retailers. The Education Practice takes centre stage with insights from a webinar on ED&I leadership in higher education, emphasising the crucial task of dismantling barriers to progression. The Government Practice explores intriguing opportunities for top public sector talent, navigating the exciting intersection between government expertise and the dynamic world of sports. Unveiling the drama behind sporting icons, we turn our attention to the rise of sports documentaries, a realm that captivates media companies, viewers, and those influencing the narratives. Lastly, the Consumer and Retail Practice unravels six significant issues confronting retailers, providing an insightful journey through the complexities of the retail landscape.

What’s in store? Trends in the retail sector

Zoe Wakeham and Daniel Wood, Consultants in our Consumer & Retail practice, explore six significant issues facing retailers.

As The Body Shop’s woes underline, UK retail is a challenging market in which even long-established...

Switching sectors and dispelling the ‘non-commercial’ myth

Jes Ladva, Odgers Interim Managing Partner and Head of Practice for Local and Central Government, on opportunities for top public sector talent to move into commercial sectors, in this case, the world of sports.

In January, I...

Shooting for sports-adjacent programming that’s a win-win

Bambos Eracleous, Partner for Sports, Media & Gaming, on the rise of sports documentaries packed with enough drama to satisfy media companies, viewers and those behind the sporting icons at the centre of the action.


ED&I leadership in Higher Education with guest speaker Professor Dilshad Sheikh

Rebecca Brandwood and Sarah Shaw from the Odgers Interim Education Practice hosted a webinar on ED&I leadership in Higher Education with a focus on sweeping away barriers to progression. 

Although the Higher Education Sector...

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