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Interim Leadership and Tenured Leadership
Interim leadership and tenured leadership

Interim managers or ‘executive temps’ are leaders brought in by organizations to solve particular problems or issues, usually for six months or a year at a time. They are not permanent employees but work full-time for the company, probably paid on a daily rate, contracted independently or through an executive temping agency or interim management services provider. Such appointments are made by a parent company to help a subsidiary in distress, often by private equity investors for a specific purpose, such as change management, mergers and acquisitions, redundancies, start-ups and new branch-openings.

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