We help clients to find exceptional talent – candidates who have the ability to genuinely transform businesses.
Our executive interim compliments our portfolio of search, development and support services.
Interim search can be used to inject specific skills into a business for a defined project or period of time. Professional Interim Managers possess the specialist skill set and experience to deliver business critical projects or bridge important leadership gaps across the senior management team; this provides existing management with vital breathing space to address business priorities and inject additional skills to strengthen leadership capabilities.
Businesses engage Interim Managers for a number of reasons including; driving growth, managing mergers & acquisitions, consolidation and cost efficiency projects, programme & project management, growth initiatives, transformational change and turnaround scenarios.
Organisations can expect to benefit from immediate, flexible resource without the fixed overheads of a permanent appointment when engaging an Interim Manager. They provide a fresh and independent viewpoint on important business decisions and can act as a valuable partner to the board in shaping the strategic and operational future of the business.
The Interim team at Holmes Noble combine significant experience to develop and maintain a pre-selected pool of leading Interim talent. Each individual has been identified as having demonstrated remarkable achievements within their field and possess a track record of tangible business accomplishments. Our in-house research team are specialists in their field and provide dedicated support in resourcing assignments and building long-term relationships with our network.
On commencing an assignment, we are committed to maintaining close relationships with both the client and candidate to ensure successful delivery of the project from day one to completion.
Amongst a global client base, Holmes Noble places interims into mid to senior level Executive roles, including Board, Operations, Procurement, HR, Finance, Quality, Project / Programme and Supply Chain.