In today’s rapidly changing world of work, interim leadership roles are on the rise.  What are Interim Executives? An interim executive is an experienced, C-Suite level leader recruited to fill a leadership vacancy. Responsibilities and focus vary depending on the position and the current needs of the organisation.

Interim CEO’s, for example, are a smart short-term strategic move while an organisation prepares for a long-term leadership change.

In this episode of Your Career Podcast, I speak with Caroline McAuliffe, a Senior Partner at Watermark Search International who specialises in interim executive search, helping organisations find and deploy senior C-suite executives with deep functional and leadership expertise for short-term projects or roles.

With over 18 years of experience in interim executive search, Caroline leads the interim executive team in Sydney, serving a diverse range of sectors, including ASX 300, government, for purpose, human services, higher education, infrastructure, transport, energy, utilities, industrials, and manufacturing.

She is passionate about enabling organisational transformation and performance improvement through interim executive solutions.

She is also the co-author of The Rise of the Interim Executive, an award-winning book for executives who want to explore and succeed in the interim executive marketplace.

Caroline is a qualified executive coach and a lifelong learner, has completed a Graduate Certificate in Careers Education and Development, and is currently completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences (Psychology) and is Certified in HR Management.

Discover why Executive Interim Search may be an excellent option for the next step in your career, and be inspired by Caroline’s fascinating career journey and career insights.

Watermark Search International

Annual Interim Executive Survey

The Rise of the Interim Executive (book)

Watermark’s Website (Interim Executive Page)

Career Coaching Support

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