Interim professionals by the very nature of what they do are focused on outcomes. The key characteristic of an interim professional is that they are highly skilled in their field – when you bring in an interim you are paying them not for what they know (they know a lot!) but for what they do with what they know.
The shortest interim assignment we have been engaged on is a day.
The longest interim assignment we have been engaged on is eight months.
When an interim professional takes on assignment they are not there to further their career, win points and they certainly don’t have time to learn the ropes or get too comfortable. They capitalise on their knowledge, experience and skill – their reputation relies on it.