Graduates Are Ready to Lead
The graduates of Interim Executives Academy are available to work as vetted, highly-trained nonprofit interim executive directors. From the training and experience at Interim Executives Academy, the graduates are able to provide 6 phases, 13 protocols and 6 interventions to ensure a successful interim leader engagement. They will also have access to mentorship and coaching through our leadership community of interim professionals.
"I am honored to have earned my certificate from the Interim Executives Academy. The resources and knowledge about strategic processes and interim management tools will help me to better serve my community and clients in my professional consulting practice. Anyone who has a desire to serve their community through a transitional leadership role should undoubtedly invest their time and money with the Academy." Jarrett R. Ransom, #NonprofitNerd, President & CEO The Rayvan Group, Interim Executives Academy Graduate
Consider the Benefits of Hiring a Nonprofit Interim Executive Director for Your Organization
Interim Leaders Bring Fresh Perspective
A professional interim executive can help to break out of unproductive or even counterproductive modes of thinking bringing about new operations and energy to the entire organization with an innovative and improved dynamic. We have seen this in action with over 150 trained interim executives.
Interim Leaders Are Change Agents
With two decades of experience and service to over 700 nonprofit organizations, we know that trained interim leaders can invite needed change or planned improvement. By guiding and empowering organizations to manage and benefit from the transitional period they turn that transition into an opportunity for growth.
Interim Leaders Resolve Crisis
Our protocols allow a competent interim executive to remove the "crisis" mentality of the leadership vacuum. The critical decisions and processes around hiring the new leader can now happen in a measured, highly productive way with the organization focused on the long-term executive search rather than a sense of immediate urgency.