Interim Management

Whether you need senior cover for parental leave, a fresh perspective on your business strategy, or maybe skills do not present in your workforce, an interim manager might be the answer.

Our network of interim professionals covers a vast range of functions, sectors, and specialisms. They’re happy to work with you for a limited period to achieve the goals you set.

Interim managers work inside your organisation, but you’ll have the benefit of senior-level professionals not embroiled in company politics, who can energise your business (diplomatically) with fresh perspectives and a wealth of experience in exactly the areas you need.


Our interims have Board or senior management level experience, gained with all kinds of private and public sector organisations.

They’re able to plug in to your business and quickly become effective team members, who understand the issues and challenges you face.

Here are some of the reasons you might want to consider hiring one of our interims:

  • You’re transforming your business and you need additional perspectives and expertise
  • You need cover for an unexpected Executive / Stakeholder departure
  • You’re turning your business around and need Non-Exec Director-style support
  • You need specialist skills do not present in your workforce
  • You need specialist expertise to navigate changing regulatory landscapes
  • Risk Management & Mitigation
  • You’d like cost effective consultancy & guidance (NEDs)
  • You need an experienced leader to launch a new product or territory
  • You need to cover the parental or sick leave of a key person
  • You need someone in post while you source a permanent employee

We’ll work with you to understand your requirements, as well as the less quantifiable aspects of your business, such as its culture and unique approach.

As such you can be confident your interim professional won’t just bring the skills you need but will be a great fit for your business.

Interim placements are generally fast turnaround, but don’t worry. Our network offers good availability and quick mobilisation, whether you need someone for days or months.


The terms interims and contractors are often used interchangeably, but there are differences which might inform your decision.

  • Interim managers typically operate at or near board level.
  • Contract positions tend to be for professionals with a niche skillset
  • Interims are required to make an immediate impact on the business for the assignment or project they are brought in to manage, with the objective to deliver a specific outcome.
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