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Formula One firm on board with Odgers' scheme

Formula One firm on board with Odgers' scheme
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Odgers Berndtson’s ‘CEO for a Day’ will see the boss of Formula One team Williams, mentor a potential future Executive star. Mike O’Driscoll, Chief Executive of the Grove-based racing and engineering group, will mentor a prospective Executive of the future as part of the Odgers’ scheme.

Other big-name firms on the scheme, include: Sainsbury’s, Asos, Mumsnet, The Cabinet Office, Domino’s Pizza Group and Getty Images. O’Driscoll joined Williams as a non-Executive Director in 2011 and became full-time Group Chief Executive four years ago.

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