They say that patience is a good advisor in difficult times. But does it also mean: "Sitting around, sipping tea and waiting for the storm to pass?"
In the 19th century, Germans used the analogy of waiting and drinking tea to describe the English and their prudence when it comes to making important decisions. At the zenith of their world power and the fact that information often needed months to reach its recipient, many a lord could simply sit back at tea time and wait.
Today in the 21st century, we receive news in real time, changes occur in rapid succession and crises happen at a global scale. In addition, companies are currently struggling with the consequences of the pandemic, with no end in sight. In maritime jargon, this means: It's very stormy out there, the sea is restless and the horizon often disappears behind the storm's high waves. Officers and crews, or rather, managers and employees are truly reaching their limits. Neither of them were hired to be faced with tasks such as these. What's more, since the last financial crisis, organizations are now structured very lean. Back-ups are often not available.
The loss of important functions leads to incalculable costs of vacancy. While permanent appointments can currently last nine months or more, Heuse Interim is able to quickly provide relief and stability.
Our interim managers know what it means to get down to business and hold a steady course in difficult conditions. Whether on the bridge or in the engine room. Be it in the core or basic functions of the business or in its cross-cutting and service areas. It is our job to find the ideal expert for you and to put them to work immediately. Because: on the one hand, Heuse Interim knows the best of the best and, on the other hand, knows the specialists as well.
...that way, you can enjoy a nice cup of tea in peace after the storm.
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