Interim Management

Interim management which is the temporary provision of management resources and skills. Interim management can be seen as the short-term assignment of a proven heavyweight interim executive manager to manage a period of transition, crisis or change within an organisation. In this situation, a permanent role may be unnecessary or impossible to find on short notice. Additionally, there may be nobody internally who is suitable for, or available to take up, the position in question. Assignments can vary from programme and project management to line management roles. All have a requirement for optimum results delivered with professional integrity.


Running day to day business operations including field based staff and back office operations:

  • Project Management
  • Operational Controls
  • Sales Management
  • Cost Control
  • Supplier Renegotiation
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Cash flow
  • Business Forecasting


Drive long-term thinking and implement major change to allow large-scale performance improvement:

  • Business Planning
  • Systems Design
  • MBO/MBIs
  • Restructuring
  • Key Decision Support
  • Company Disposal
  • Bank/Funding Presentations

Business Consulting

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Business consulting is about helping organisations improve their performance. Hendys help organisations recognise their challenges and then formulate plans to transform their outcomes.

Common areas of support are :
Change management, strategic development, organisation design and process improvement

Performance Coaching uses skills developed over a challenginCoaching business and management concept with different red, black and gray words forming a man head shape. EPS 10 vector illustration on white background.g and successful career to help individuals and/or businesses to deliver their potential. Mentoring is a relationship between an experienced person and a less experienced person for the purpose of helping the less experienced one. The protégé seeks the advice and support of the more experienced person. The team at Hendys believe that combining these and carrying out the role of Mentorcoach achieve the best results. The coachee receives development as per coaching but the objectives are achieved much more
quickly, as the benefits of experience are brought to the task. The core of any coaching is the belief that: Most people most of the time are trying to do their best. Everybody has far more potential than they are exhibiting.

The answer to most problems lies with the individual. Openness and honesty are key to high performance. Giving someone an answer is only as good as their buy in, and their ability to implement. As we are all different there are no set processes, but a typical coaching period might look like 6 x sessions of 1.5- 2 hours duration, approximately 2-3 week apart.
The initial session will begin to outline the challenges and formulate immediate actions that realise most value. The coach will ensure the client uses his mind to overcome challenges and create an action plan. Agreeing the actions and defining the next steps is a big milestone.  Methods of follow up, for example phone call, email or meeting will then be agreed as well as the date for the next session.

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