Part-time Executive Directors
Part-time Executive Directors
When you choose to hire a Part-time Executive Director for your UK business, you are likely capitalising on some of the very best talent available.
There are now more highly qualified part-time workers than ever before in the United Kingdom. The Office of National Statistics shows that there are now over 650,000 people in the higher-rate tax bracket who work part-time.
Many of these people are highly qualified part-time (or portfolio) directors which we can supply:
We do not provide Part-time Directors in HR or Legal but have partners in these areas which we can introduce you to.
If you can’t necessarily afford these individuals full-time, hiring an extremely qualified person on a part-time basis can help both make the most of your budget and their skills.
What a Part-time Director can offer you:
Experience – If you’re considering bringing on a Part-time Director, your candidate likely was a Director in a similar industry, meaning that they’ll have knowledge of your field and its specific challenges.
Flexibility – Hiring can take a number of forms, starting as low as one day a week, making it easy to suit your budget.
Strategic insights – Your Part-time Executive Director should be able to survey your business, assess your current performance, and determine what changes need to be made to best position you for success.
Contacts – Your Part-time Director will have an extensive network of contacts and should be able to make introductions as your business needs them.
Collaboration – A Part-time Director will provide leadership when needed, helping you to address organisational issues and contribute when you face challenges.
Ethics – A great Part-time Director won’t overstretch themselves, nor will they work with your competitors without an agreement in place that explicitly permits them to do so.
Additional value – You will be able to rely on your Part-time Director to provide advice, feedback, and guidance.
Coaching and leadership – As your team needs mentoring, your Part-time Director will be able to help them grow, thrive, and flourish alongside your business.
Get in touch with us to find out how a Part-time Executive Director could help grow your business by completing a contact form.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are the duties of an executive director?
The Executive Director oversees the administration, management and strategy of a business. As members of the Board of Directors they direct the development of the business, usually manage a department of the business and are responsible for the business’s growth.
Is an executive director a full time employee?
An Executive Director does not need to be a full-time employee. Many of their responsibilities can be managed on a part-time basis. It is not always necessary for a business to have a director in all the time and some jobs can be done with less regular input.
What is expected of an executive director?
An Executive Director will partake in business strategy, create business plans, oversee day-to-day activities (often of a specific department), improve growth and performance, set company culture, and report to the Board on their departments.
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