Boyden, a premier leadership and talent advisory firm with more than 70 offices in over 45 countries, is delighted to be named exclusive ‘technical partner’ for Winmark, a senior-level networking organisation headquartered in the UK that ‘inspires the global C-Suite to create value for all’.
The partnership gives members access to board-level advice in organisational transformation, digital change and people-focused strategies through Boyden’s experts in executive search, leadership consulting and interim management.
Nick Robeson, Managing Partner of Boyden UK & Ireland, commented, “I am delighted to join Winmark as their technical partner providing counsel in leadership talent and organisational performance. This is an exciting step forward for our business, and a fantastic opportunity to contribute market insights to business leaders taking bold decisions in a complex global environment. Importantly, we are also excited to listen to and learn from members. This partnership is a strong sign of confidence in Boyden being the industry-standard for sourcing and advising business leaders.”
John Jeffcock, CEO of Winmark Global, added, “We have known Boyden for many years and have been impressed by their quality of work and resulting growth. They are a close fit with our values which is illustrated by the support for their Ukrainian colleagues over the last year. As a result, we are delighted to have them on board as a partner and to be able to add even more value to our members.”
Members will leverage Boyden’s UK, European and global expertise: insight into governance and board priorities will be shared through Boyden’s CEO & board services practice; while global insight into customer trends and leadership needs will be shared by industry experts in the consumer & retail, financial services, healthcare & life sciences, industrial, professional services, social impact and technology sectors. Counsel will be provided to C-suite leaders of publicly-quoted, private and family-run organisations and private equity-backed businesses.