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I have been working at Odgers Berndtson full-time (More than 5 years)
Lots of autonomy but with the power of a global business.
No downsides come to mind.
I interviewed at Odgers Berndtson (London, England) in February 2017.
First stage was meeting the person I would report to directly. It was the most bizarre interview ever. I was told it was a general get to know you interview. However, the interviewer was rude and condescending to the point that he asked me to be less American.
He only touched on my previous experience once. He did ask me questions such as "What do you want to get out of this role?" However, we did not discuss any questions that would gauge whether I can actually do the job.
I would advise that you attempt to have a first stage phone interview with this company before traveling to their office. I would also do a full search on who is interviewing you and if their background is purely headhunting and no prior consulting experience, to skip it.
Odgers Berndtson ranks #1 in the Executive Grapevine annual market share rankings of UK Executive Search Market 2015-16
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