May 2021, Issue 104

This month, we reflect on our latest "Women in Technology" event, with guest speaker Flavilla Fongang, and we share the highlights of our webinar on the "Future of Mental Health in the Workplace". Suresh Lal talks about reducing the carbon footprint in Social Housing, and Bambos Eracleous discusses the future of the Sports C-Suite.

Zero-Carbon Footprint in Social Housing: Towards a hopeful tomorrow

Suresh Lal, Partner of our Housing Practice, is hopeful that the future of Social Housing is predominantly green. This month, he looks at the current status of zero-carbon footprint in the Housing sector, and explains what trends we are seeing as teams increase their zero-carbon footprint moving forward

The Future of the Sports C-Suite

In this article, Bambos Eracleous, Head of our Sports, Gaming & Media Practice, takes a look at why the C-Suite across the sports industry is ready for transformation

Women in Technology Event Series with Flavilla Fongang

Last month, Ali Palmer of Odgers Interim, Caroline Sands and Lauren Shearer of Odgers Berndtson, and Emily Hudson of Berwick Partners hosted another of our popular event series “Women in Technology”, in which we showcase and learn from the inspiring stories of female leaders across different sectors. This time, we were delighted to welcome Flavilla Fongang, an inspiring serial entrepreneur and the founder of 3 Colours Rule, an award-winning branding and marketing agency, to talk to us about her exceptional career.

“The Future of Mental Health in the Workplace” – Reflections on the webinar hosted by Odgers Interim & Berwick Talent Solutions

In the lead up to Mental Health Awareness Week 2021, Odgers Interim and Berwick Talent Solutions hosted a webinar on the future of mental health in the workplace to reflect on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental wellbeing of the workforce in the UK and to discuss positive changes and new initiatives that employers can establish to support their employees moving forward.

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