What makes a great interim executive?
Whether it’s to stand in during an unexpected absence, to support a one-off project or to provide skills within a specialist area, interim executives provide for a business at short notice.
A great interim executive will have proven experience of solving difficult problems and creating successful strategies. They’ll need to possess strong leadership skills to instil a sense of trust and confidence within their team. Since they’ll be tasked with making tough decisions and big changes, interim executives must be able to communicate clearly and effectively. They’ll need to present new ideas, speak to multiple departments and gain constructive feedback.