Penna CMYK (BLK)

Penna, the global HR Services Group, has been ranked as one of the top providers of interim managers by the Institute of Interim Management (IIM) as part of its annual survey. Toni Hall, Sector Lead for Local Government was also awarded 2014 Consultant of the Year.

Simon Drake, Director of Executive Recruitment at Penna, said: “This is another considerable success for the interim team at Penna. The market is significant, doubling in size since 2006 and Penna continue to set the pace with a constant focus on quality ensuring that we maintain the strongest network in the industry. Interim Management is a professional endeavour and maintaining a high quality approach and professional relationships with interim executives is absolutely key to our ability to help clients improve their business through the use of executive level interim talent.”

He continued: “We have also had six consultants named on the Most Voted for Consultants list with David Weir, Practice Director for Public Sector, and Anthony Lewis, Consultant for Local Government, securing a place in the top 28 and Sally Wilson, Penna’s Lead for Associate Consulting in the Professional Services Sector, securing a place in the top 12. Toni’s success as Consultant of the Year is remarkable too, especially given that she has only been working in this industry for a few years. The award highlights all that she has achieved in her time in the role”.

Speaking about her success, Toni Hall said: “I am delighted to receive this accolade. I am hugely passionate about what I do, so to be voted for, and rewarded for my efforts is incredibly flattering, and I thank everyone who took the time to vote for me. I would also like to thank the IIM for providing a platform where our industry can be recognised and rewarded for great customer service, and Penna for being such a great place to work with colleagues who keep the bar set high. I look forward to continuing to work with talented people, both internally and externally, and increasing Penna’s brand in the interim market in the future.”