Interim Management Assignments

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hamsik_g“According to Daniel Goleman, the best managers can bring to variety of management styles to life on their own and the team members, depending on just what you need for your team and your organization. He called this, sharing of leadership.

However, every leader has its main characteristic of leadership style which she/he practices most often.

I consider myself as a transformational leader who quickly find the common voice with new colleagues, put great emphasis on emotions and achieves the best possible performance encourages subordinates in the direction of common objectives.  

The characteristics of my leadership style:

  • stimulating creativity
  • inspiring and motivating
  • coaching and mentoring

During my professional career as a leader I have built and led high-performing local and regional sales teams with whom we have achieved ambitious, double-digit annual growth targets together.”


What is interim management?

„Interim management is the temporary provision of management resources and skills. Interim management can be seen as the short-term assignment of a proven heavyweight interim executive manager to manage a period of transition, crisis or change within an organization. In this situation, a permanent role may be unnecessary or impossible to find on short notice. Additionally, there may be nobody internally who is suitable for, or available to take up, the position in question.”



Who would need and when an interim manager?

  • Unforeseen lack of resource – the existing leader leaves the company unexpectedly and the replacement is vital for the organization. In this case the interim manager not only managing the daily operation but also she/he is responsible in the participation of the new leader research and mentoring into the role.
  • Implementation of strategic projects – when specific professional knowledge, skills and experiences are needed temporary or for one time. This could be a launch of a new product, building a new sales team or increase the performance of the existing team, maybe even a total reorganization.
  • In the SME sector – where there are already some sales staff but no sales management in place, because the owner/managing director for some reason cannot emphasize on the operational tasks. In this case together with the interim manager they define, develop and implement the right business strategy, approach and next steps.
  • For Start-up companies – where a great idea and product is given but the professional business and leadership capabilities are missing for developing the organization and market.


What is the different?

Interim vs Consultant, ENG











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