Interim Executives: Agents of Change
The Business of Interim Leadership
Increasingly clients require interim executives to lead business transformation, change management, implement restructuring or strategic projects, facilitate mergers or IPOs, or fill an unexpected vacancy. Interim executive businesses at executive search and leadership consulting firms identify the right talent to serve specific interim leadership roles. Interim executives themselves are seen as portfolio professionals who can be agents for change for organizations.
This whitepaper provides a snapshot of interim executive services offered by AESC members globally. These firms leverage their experience and relationships to place interim executives in key positions on a short-term basis. Quality interim leadership service providers use rigorous and structured processes to ensure the best outcome for clients.
We’ve provided a review of global activity and unpacked the opportunities and challenges that the future of interim may present. Interim executives can play an important role in the life cycle of a business.
Get a better understanding of:
The History of Interim Leadership
Attributes of Interim Executives
The Value of Interim Leadership
The Role of the Interim Consultant