July 2022, Issue 118

This month we're helping a Ukrainian refugee meet her potential and there are warnings that the lights may go out if we don’t accept greater personal responsibility for our energy usage. We speak to Kate Still, ex housing COO and current CEO of social sector change consultancy Recensere Associates about how Boards and Executive can drive change. Finally, we sweep away the barriers for neurodiversity in the workplace with the help of Tracy Groves, Partner at StoneTurn.

The war on talent: helping a Ukrainian refugee meet her potential

Our Principal Consultant for Business Services & Life Sciences, Ross Gordon and his family invited a 21-year-old refugee from Ukraine to live with them – and the experience has had a positive effect on their own wellbeing.

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Lessons Learned on Driving change in Housing: a conversation with Kate Still

Recent reputational challenges bring into question how much the housing sector has grasped the principles and skills needed for effective transformation. Annaliese Rogers, Odgers Interim Principal for Housing, talks to Kate Still,...

Neurodiversity in the workplace: sweeping away the barriers

StoneTurn partner, Tracy Groves, recently spoke at an event on embracing neurodiversity in the workplace hosted by Odgers Interim Consultant for Financial & Professional Services, Becky Mackarel, who is also a member of our...

Will we have blackouts this winter?

Odgers Interim Principal Consultant for the Energy, Utilities & Renewables Practice, Terry Noble and Odgers Berndtson Principal for Industrial Practice, Jonathan Rossotto, warn that the lights may go out if we don’t accept greater...

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