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Bridge the gaps in your executive team.
Our interim executives keep your organization on course.
Changes in corporate strategy often mean changes in leadership. Sometimes you have to let a senior leader go. Other times, an executive who’s not fully on board with the new direction jumps ship. Perhaps an existing executive is tasked with new responsibilities but lacks the experience to handle them.
When a shift in strategy leaves a gap in your senior team, we can step in and provide interim executive leadership to keep you on course.
How We Can Help You
Without a senior executive to spearhead action, your change initiatives may stall. But recruiting a senior-level executive can take months, draining precious time and energy your business needs to progress toward strategic goals. Our interim executives fill the void, providing essential leadership to keep your business moving forward while you find the perfect addition to your senior team.
To support your new strategy, senior executives may have to assume new responsibilities. However, this involves a learning curve that often slows progress toward organizational goals. Our interim executives can mentor your executives for rapid capability development while providing supplemental leadership to keep your strategic plan on track.
Flexible Options, Focused Guidance
Fractional leadership can be full-time or part-time depending on your requirements. Engagements typically last 3, 6 or 9 months, but can be tailored to your business needs. Whichever option you choose, our highly focused fractional leadership helps ensure steady progress toward your organizational goals.
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