If you’re considering an interim career, there’s a lot to think about! The positives are obvious, you’re now the boss, in the driving seat and in charge of your own career, work-life balance, income and the opportunity to take on challenging and varied work. But what about some of the more practical aspects of taking the plunge into the interim talent pool?
We take a look at 7 practical considerations when starting out in the interim market…
It goes without saying that the best providers should invest significant time and effort into getting to know your business but here are five more things you should expect from your interim provider:
An April 2017 study from Cornell University found that requests made in person were 34 times more successful than those made over email so if you’re looking to make new connections it makes sense to invest time and effort in networking.
Leaving the familiarity and security of a permanent role to enter the world of interim management isn’t an easy decision to make.