Finally, everything you need to know about building your Interim Executive business. All in one place.
Tips to make yourself memorable and be known as a thought leader
How to leverage your marketing and get more out of your business development efforts
Building a sustainable business from repeat clients and client referrals
We talk to thousands of independent executives every year. The number one question we are asked is, "How can I get more visibility to grow my business". Why do so many executives struggle, while others are in such high demand that they are able to name their price and clients will pay it. This is the million-dollar question we answer.
"In your hands you hold a blueprint for your future. The next ten years is the decade for independents to shine and succeed. Kristen and Pamela share what you need to know and what you need to do in order to position yourself for more prospects and clients. The bonus revealed is how you can have more flexibility and freedom to create the life you want."Mark LeBlanc / Author of Never Be the Same and Growing Your Business!
"The world is moving, make no mistake about it, in the direction of modularized everything “ including employment. The employer of the future hires in more and more variable ways; and the employee of the future has many bosses. At the heart of this is the concept of the Interim Executive and Independent Consultant. If that sounds like you, then McAlister and Wasley have written the guidebook to your future. This is How You Do It in the employment world of the future."Charles H. Green / CEO Trusted Advisor Associates, co-author The Trusted Advisor
"The gig economy is most often thought about as Uber drivers, Grubhub delivery people, Task Rabbit helpers, and so on. However, the increase in non-permanent work arrangements also now extends to C-level executives, who may not be accustomed to the freelance life. McAlister’s and Wasley’s book breaks new ground by helping senior managers understand the relevant context and providing the how-tos for setting up a business and succeeding as an independent executive."Andrew Karpie / Research director for Spend Matters Network