On the 13th February we welcomed Paul Whyte, Managing Director of Bestfood logistics (formerly Bidvest) for our second Thrive event and the first of 2020. Our relationship with Paul began when the parent company of Bidvest identified the need to hire a specialist turnaround leader to urgently diagnose and execute the turnaround of Bidvest Logistics. Russam worked closely with the Parent to conduct the specialist search for Paul.
Start-ups are proliferating in major cities worldwide. The chances of success often depend on their ability to scale and sell. The skills that the founder possesses of creativity and passion are not always useful when it comes to this.
The opportunity to meet the legend that is David Hamilton created a high level of interest. There were so many questions around what pushed him to lead 10 expeditions to Everest, what he learned by doing so and what is he like?
With the subject of mental health becoming ever more important in the workplace, successful businesses see the value of a healthy workforce. To achieve this they should tackle the subject in as many ways as possible.
In times where more than one in five adults will experience mental illness at some point in their life, there is an increasing awareness of the importance that mental health plays in society and in the workplace.
The new Minister for Civil Society is the first in recent years to cover the Charities Brief from the House of Lords.
Russam have a deep experience in connecting people and watch them thrive in career, business and life. We are well positioned to be allies to people carrying a positive and relevant message to society and people.
The role of the Interim in driving rapid business change. Since the early 70s, Interim Management has been an essential component of the British economy. Interim Managers are much sought after to lead change, manage projects and fix situations in a short timeframe – helping many businesses to overcome hard times.
Right now investors have high expectations about engagement.