What do Interim Managers do?
Interim Managers bring well-qualified skills and expertise to bear at short notice, without the overheads and shackles associated with employment. They consult, plan, advise, implement, and embed the lessons, then exit, handling a range of key strategic and tactical interventions. As businesses in their own right, they offer independent expertise, free of company politics, and take responsibility for delivering results, not just offering advice.
(Source: Institute of Interim Management)
What roles do Interim Managers fill
Interim Managers fill a wide variety of senior roles, often acting as:
What are the advantages of Interim Managers?
Interim Managers are external to the organisation and can thus be objective and impartial. Interim Managers are expected to rapidly assess the situation, formulate a plan and then execute it effectively.
What kind of companies would benefit from using Interim Managers?
All companies that need to manage issues outside their current capacity or their capabilities should consider an Interim Manager. Demand for Interim Managers is coming from virtually all sectors and is increasing.
What skill sets does an Interim Manager bring?
The ‘hallmarks’ which differentiate professional Interim Managers are:
What are the qualities of a successful Interim Manager?
Successful Interim Managers are: