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Odgers Berndtson provides an extensive range of high level recruitment services for leading organizations in private and public sectors, including board level and executive search, international assignments, leadership assessments and interim management.
Odgers Berndtson has specialist high level practitioners who effectively and discretely source outstanding talent to shape the future of client organizations, including Chairman, CEO and all board level functions.
With more than 50 offices worldwide, Odgers Berndtson has the capability, experience, deep market knowledge, and unique entrepreneurial spirit required to successfully fulfil international assignments at the highest level.
Odgers Interim provides companies and organizations with experienced executives on a temporary basis. A seasoned executive in place on a flexible basis can help navigate organizational change, address issues and challenges, fill a gap created by a retiring or absent executive, or provide senior level expertise to lead major projects and initiatives. Our reach and expertise –both nationally and globally - allow us to respond quickly to interim placement needs, and to ensure a match in terms of fit and talent.
Headed by experts immersed in their respective sectors, Odgers Berndtson’s industry practices are able to place key players who will add value to client operations at a senior level, nationally and internationally.
Whether assessing candidates in the final stages of a search assignment or conducting a comprehensive assessment of an executive’s leadership potential, our leadership practice has unique tools and expertise available to clients nationwide.
Business Leadership for Finance Executives was developed in partnership with Odgers Berndtson to help financial executives enhance their effectiveness...
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