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The demand for interim executives has risen significantly in the last decade and represents a major shift in the way companies think about their executive-level needs. Companies now view interim hiring as a short-term business solution that offers long-term gain, while many experienced executives now regard interim work as a challenging and rewarding career option.
Businesses today generally run leaner at a management level, with constant demands for change to adapt to market shifts. A seasoned executive in place over the short term can help them navigate organizational change, address critical issues and challenges, fill a gap created by a retiring or absent executive, or provide senior-level expertise to lead major projects and initiatives. They are there to make a difference from day one, imbed best practices and leave a legacy of improvement.
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