Can the industrial sector better utilise their existing talent differently and more effectively?
At the EEF Conference, Jeremy Corbyn’s speech was particularly interesting around challenges facing the Engineering and Manufacturing sectors in the UK. One factor which Corbyn raised was the lack of skills available.
For many, there is a growing area of concern with the shortage of skills and talent, and it’s apparent at all levels within the Leadership Pipeline. I would argue there is an immediate talent solution available.
Could a senior Interim Manager help businesses develop existing middle management into the leaders of the future?
I've worked with interim executives where they've been used in a mentoring capacity for 3-6 months and the value added has been huge. An example of this comes from a conversation I had with a client to ascertain the impact an interim in my network had made on a previous assignment. The interim executive mentored the existing team, held them to account and helped problem solve on a key project. The client stated t