Solution: Interim Leadership Services

Article

The Position of Choice

The Founder’s Trap occurs when a leader is so essential to a company’s day-to-day operations that the business requires their continued daily involvement to sustain and grow. Until they escape that role, the Position of Choice will remain out of reach. …

Article

Six Signs Your Portfolio Company Needs Leadership Assistance

In a perfect world, private equity investors are able to sit back after purchasing a promising portfolio company and wait …

Article

Recruiting in the Great Resignation

The pandemic has created a significant shift in the relationship between employee and employer. During the height of the pandemic, …

Article

The End of Globalization: Information and the Middle Market

The second piece in our “End of Globalization” series highlights the need for quality Information for Middle Market business leaders. …

Article

The End of Globalization: What the Invasion of Ukraine Signals to Your Middle Market Business and How to Prepare

The first piece in our “End of Globalization” series highlights specifically the impact the Ukraine-Russian conflict will have on Middle Market business leaders. …

Article

Why Some Leaders Fail to Scale Their Business

Most leaders today strive to scale their business. And why not? Bringing in more revenue and increasing the value of …

Case Study

$85MM Protein Manufacturer

Working with the Family Board to return company to profitable status in order to sell at the highest value. …

E-Book

Recruiting Executive Talent for the Middle Market

Challenges Faced in Upgrading Middle Market Leadership The most common issue we encounter when working with Middle Market companies is …

E-Book

The Value and Characteristics of a Competent CFO in Middle Market Companies

Having worked with hundreds of middle market companies over the past 20 years, FortéOne has learned that a competent Chief …

E-Book

Preparing Your Private Business for Sale

Once you officially begin the process, selling your business can take between six and nine months, on average, to complete. …