Interim Management involves finding high skilled temporary staff to fill occasional operational gaps in your company.

If you have a temporary staffing gap, we can solve the problem quickly by providing a skilled and dedicated Interim Manager. We will also give professional advice about the assignment and follow it up.

Why choose Interim Management

On those occasions when you lack the resources or the expertise to get things done, an Interim Manager can add value to your company: 

Transition Management

  • Replacement in case of illness
  • Maternity leave
  • Dismissal
  • Resignation, etc.

Change Management

  • Start up, close down of a company, a division
    or a business unit
  • Merger & Acquisition
  • Business Process Re-engineering
  • Relocation, etc.

Crisis Management

  • Turn-around
  • Recruitment difficulties
  • Additional resources due to work overload
  • Lack of expertise
  • Conflict Management
  • Efficiency Improvement, etc.

Project Management

  • IPO
  • Business Development
  • Implementation of new IT systems, etc.


Interim Management has a number of advantages:

Speed Interim Managers are available immediately and can start in days; with a minimum of recruitment or termination formalities.
Experience Interim Managers are overqualified for the work.
Results They are only as good as their last placement; Interim Managers are used to being judged by results.
Knowledge transfer They will transfer a huge amount of skill, contacts and experience to your team which will remain a long time after they have left.
Objectivity While sensitive to the company's ethos, they will not be constrained by company politics, personalities or protocols.
Focused They can be assigned a critical task and their performance measured against it.
Cost efficiency Taking into account these advantages, Interim Managers are good value for money.


Interim Managers are experienced, hands-on executives with proven track records. They are dedicated and driven to deliver results on time and on budget for our clients. They come from a wide range of industry and service sectors.

They have decided to re-orient their professional career by setting up their own companies. Their self-employed/independent position allows them to bring a new perspective to the assignment and to the clients they are assigned to. They are available immediately and will leave when no longer required.

All Interim Managers have to undergo a thorough interview process before being introduced to our clients. Interim Managers must be able to demonstrate not only their past achievements, but also their interpersonal and communication skills.


1. Intake 2. Selection 3. Implementation 4. End

Working with the client to define

  • The need
  • The assignment's objective
  • The Interim Manager's profile

Selection of the Interim Manager

  • Database search
  • Re-interview of the candidate, reference check and briefing about the assignment
  • Presentation of 2-3 Interim Managers to the client

Implementing the assignment

  • The Interim Manager draws up an action plan
  • Regular follow-up meetings between the client, the Interim Manager and CBP

End of the assignment

  • Ensure continuity by organizing the hand-over to the rest of the company
  • Final meeting to evaluate collaboration and deliverables