Boyden’s partners work extensively with clients across the public and not-for-profit sectors to identify highly effective interim leaders who possess the exact capabilities to execute on time sensitive and business critical decisions, typically in highly politicised organisations with increased public scrutiny.
Through our international colleagues and networks, we work with clients to build high performing leadership teams through targeted interim support who possess the required skills to take organisations to the next stage of growth.
In today’s macroeconomic climate, with the cost-of-living crisis meaning public funding is at an all-time low, clients require not only the skills to continually innovate, but the operational agility to adapt. The need to avoid skill gaps and maintain business continuity is key, with sustainability and growth needing to be expertly managed, often requiring a shift in the organisation’s structure, strategy, or culture.
Being swift to act is why clients intrust Boyden to deliver on key mandates time and again. Through our team’s industry knowledge and experience, we help clients overcome challenges by fulfilling the need for individuals with multidisciplinary abilities, thought leaders with distinct points of view, and managers with deep expertise in specialised disciplines.
Our network is wide and vast although our specialist Partners typically appoint interim executives to senior positions the following functions:
Boyden’s specialist Social Impact practice supports a wider range of public and not-for-profit organisations from government, charities, and housing associations to the arts and cultures and professional bodies. With dedicated expertise adept at supporting organisations in the public eye, we blend quality and speed with sensitivity and discretion.
We share our knowledge of topical issues in special reports, interviews and blogs. If you are interested in a specific topic, please ask your Boyden partner or contact our local office.
An Interim Global Head of Quality implemented sensitive change management practices and raised awareness of quality responsibility and risk management in large-scale projects for a German surface finishing company. As a result, the company saw a significant reduction in error costs across multiple sites that produce machinery, equipment, and systems for various industries.