Whilst a successful interim career is about technical skillset it’s also heavily reliant on the right mindset and key skills outside of technical capability, but what characteristics make a really great interim? – we take a look at four key traits in our latest infographic.
Hired with the understanding that agreed goals and objectives will be delivered, Interim Managers need to be able to remain focused on outcomes and delivery and cut out the background noise and politics which can distract on large projects.
Improvement is almost always part of an interim assignment and the best interim managers will always be asking the question ‘how can we do this better?” going the extra mile and creating solutions
Successful interim managers are those who find the fine balance between organisational strategy delivery and execution applying their skills with urgency without losing sight of commercial objectives.
Ready for Change
Uncertainty is part of Interim Management whether that applies to the assignment you’re undertaking or your career in general, you’ll need to adaptable, flexible and the ability to remain unfazed by change.
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