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Being an interim professional takes more than applying knowledge and experience from previous projects to a new challenge. Those skills have almost become commodities and are, albeit sometimes with difficulty, available in our increasingly global services supply and demand chain.

Attitude however makes the vital difference between success and failure in projects: trust with the other team members; the ability to meander through complex, often political, company structures; to manage conflicts, to coach and encourage young and eager employees and to look outside the box in search of new solutions.

Add to this the skill to observe and listen and the Future Footprints partner’s sketch is drawn. Being able to listen and give genuine attention to people, environments and detail pays off in any project and programme – time invested upfront is easily recouped throughout the process. Listen, think and think again.

Typical roles for Future Footprints partners:
  • Strategy resultancy - challenging defined strategies, adding value to your initiatives and translating strategies into executable programs.
  • Program and project management – managing those marketing, business development and IT programmes with a high emphasis on the learning curve for the team involved.
  • Interim management – adding value, expertise and knowledge to your management team for the time necessary.

“Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”