Organisations rely on our vast experience of selecting the right interim executive to help them accelerate change and manage transition. We are an innovative leader in interim management, publishing ground-breaking research, promoting positive change and supporting our community.
As business environments and society in general become increasingly uncertain and turbulent, we believe interim executives are a positive influence. They are executives who have chosen to benefit others with their experience. Our network encompasses the most experienced and effective interim executives. We call them ‘expert game-changers’.
Nick is a real pleasure to work with - incredibly professional with extremely high standards. He’s a vital contact for top interims in the market.
Five years of consistent improvement and to now break into the IIM 'top 10' demonstrates a clear consistency of exceptional service.
Holdsway’s extra attention to detail resulted in one of my most enjoyable and productive assignments as a professional interim.
Nick Diprose is one of the key movers and shakers in the world of interim management – he is one of the very first ‘go to’ people when it comes to resourcing and advice.
Nick has incredibly high standards and professional integrity. He seeks out only the best interim managers and regularly reviews performance.
As management and business environments become increasingly uncertain and new opportunities arise, the contributions of interims are needed more than ever.
There always comes a point in change programmes when you need to bring in the people who’ll roll up their sleeves and deliver.
Interim executives, the great accelerators of positive change and enablers of business growth, are poised to help deliver positive change across the UK.
The identification and development of the ‘Interim Assignment Cycle’™ and the key competencies needed by successful interims is groundbreaking.
Holdsway founding partner Nick Diprose recently interviewed Derek Cribb, interim CEO of IPSE. Derek outlines the vital role played by interim executives, particularly at this time of change and uncertainty; the competencies he sees in successful interims; and how IPSE membership is important for both interims and client organisations.
You’ve marketed yourself well and you have an assignment. What do you need to establish before you start? The last of our three-part blog focuses on key aspects including setting clear expectations, defining the brief, daily rates, and managing the assignment itself.
Holdsway goes from strength to strength and is now independently ranked as a Top 10 ‘Platinum’ provider of interims in the 2020 Institute of Interim Management survey out this week.
With a clear, well-written CV in place, you are ready to market yourself and build your network. In the second of three related blogs on setting yourself up as interim we focus on how you can create and build “Brand You”.