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The eight essential steps of executive onboarding apply whether you’re joining a new company, getting promoted from within, or moving into an interim role. But the specifics are different for different interim roles depending upon the organizational need (steady state vs. point of inflection) and your remit (holding the fort, developmental, or probationary.) And know that in an interim role, you may not make it through all of the eight steps. Get started in the right way anyway to set your successor up for success.

Remit\Need

Steady State

Point of Inflection

Holding the fort for someone else

Minimize disruption

Sacrificial change agent

Developmental

Maximize learning

Get help

Potentially permanent

Prove yourself

Set someone else up to fail

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