What is Redgrave’s strategy for the next five years?
Redgrave’s strategy is to keep growing, and for me, that’s about the types of clients we work for, the quality of work we do for those clients, and of course, what it’s like to work here. We’re keen to be bigger and better at everything we do.
Who is Redgrave?
Redgrave is a Professional Services firm that specialises in search, interim, and assessment. We work for a range of private equity-backed, listed, and privately owned companies. We’re headquartered in London but work globally, serving a diverse client base across various sectors and geographies.
What do you think makes Redgrave special?
What makes Redgrave special is the people who work for the firm. We have an amazing group of professionals, including researchers, partners, and principals, who share a deep care for people and the work we do for our clients.
What do you most enjoy about working at Redgrave?
What I enjoy most about my job is the variety. Every day, I come to work and spend my time doing different things, working with a wide range of clients and colleagues.
What is you proud about being Managing Partner?
There are many things that make me proud of being a managing partner. First and foremost, it’s the privilege of leading or helping to lead a business as exceptional as this one. We’re ambitious and keen to keep improving, and I’m proud to have a platform to contribute to our continuous growth.
What are you currently reading?
At the moment, despite not being a prolific reader, I’m actually reading three different books at the same time, which is proving a bit challenging. I’m reading “Vietnam” by Max Hastings, “Walking Back Home” by Ricky Ross, and “The Oxygen Advantage” by Patrick McKeown to improve my running and breathing.