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There are planned events and leaves of absence. And there are unexpected events, and crises. Sick leaves, parental leaves, management changes, organisational transitions and so forth.
Any event generates a gap between the required and existing levels of skills and competencies. It may cause a shortfall in your service delivery. Failing to meet client expectations may put your business at risk and in harm’s way.
Events necessitate a swift response and risk mitigation. On short notice, an interim leader effectively closes the gap pending a permanent solution.
An interim leader closes a crucial competency gap, sustains your business continuity and safeguards client expectations.
Broad managerial, strategic and operational capability enables an interim leader to go directly into a leadership role. To take on full responsibility and accountability for the client delivery, the results and people leadership.
Always with the client’s best interest at heart.
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interimHR offers a tailored flexible interim leadership solution to suit your requirements and challenges.
Our solution is built on three simple elements;
Hire an interim leader on a full time basis for a defined period.
For a small business or startup, an optimal alternative solution is to define how many hours per week or month you require.
We offer on-site presence, digital or a mix.
HR leadership, general leadership, finance leadership, board support, board membership and project management.
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Everything starts with the end-user – our clients and their needs and expectations. It is all about a customer-centric outside-in perspective, commercial focus and a holistic view.
To sustain your business continuity and client delivery.
interimHR represents more than 20 years of experience from international strategic and operational HR leadership. With a strong commercial acumen.
Telephone: +47 99 36 26 26
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