To find out if interim talent is a potential hiring strategy for your company, use this checklist as a guide. Do you check “yes” to any of the following?
- Is missing a key executive or skill set.
- Needs fresh perspectives.
- Has a talent gap, but does not require a permanent employee.
- Wants to assess the long-term necessity of a position.
- Has need, but not the budget, for a permanent hire.
- Is going through a major change, for example:
- Merger, acquisition, or business partnership
- Building out a new management team
- Branching into different patient populations
- Launching new therapies or devices
- Initial public offering
- Has a fixed-duration project that needs leadership, for example:
- Managing projects in specialized areas like orphan diseases, immunotherapy, etc.
- Performing quality and regulatory due diligence on company assets
- Initiating company growth through business development
- Securing financing for new endeavors like clinical trials
- Mentoring/coaching first-time executives
- Managing specific crises like a medical device manufacturing problem
If so, then interim talent is a definite solution for your hiring needs. Explore the option of interim talent by contacting me at email@example.com / 610.725.0290 x422 or get more information on our Interim Talent for Companies page.
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