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Boyden announced that David Jensen has joined Boyden UK as a Partner in its Interim Management practice.Read More >>
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With over 70 years of experience operating within 44 countries worldwide, Boyden is a privately owned, partner-run business offering Executive Search and Interim Management services across all functional business disciplines.
Boyden London is one of the leading offices within Boyden International. Our focus areas are Executive Search and Interim Management, with both teams collaborating very closely to support our clients and provide solutions for all executive talent requirements, whether temporary or permanent.
All of our UK partners focus on a market sector or job function. This enables each of them to develop expert knowledge and a real depth of understanding of the talent pool available. We cover most sectors of the UK market, work closely as a team both locally and internationally, and very much enjoy the challenges of international/cross-country searches as well as local projects.
Whilst we have exceptional global reach, we have deliberately remained boutique in nature, which means fewer off-limits issues and more personal service.
Boyden Interim Management's purpose is simple...
...to provide the best interim executive solutions, supplying the highest calibre senior management into short-term appointments around the world.
The market for interim executive talent is driven by short-term challenges around growth, risk and efficiency. This year’s survey findings reveal that the market is buoyant, with 85% of interim managers having worked on at least one assignment in 2013, while clients reported multiple engagements of interim executives within one organisation.Read More >>
Throughout history, economic downturns have had distinct characteristics, and while they are neither rare nor inexplicable in a market economy, they share some routine commonalities in both cause and consequence. The desire to assign blame is a common feature of the aftermath, as is the resultant change for which the most recent recession has acted as a powerful catalyst.Read More >>
The role of the C-Suite and the workforce is changing dramatically and rapidly. What are the emerging trends in the new workforce? What's important - technical skillsets or the ability to change? What's better - Innovativeness and a diverse body of work history or the ability to code or do a financial audit?View Now >>