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Upskilling for continuous success: learning and development for interim careers

As an interim professional, you need to master the art of adapting to new roles and industries. Here are some learning opportunities to consider as an interim looking to flourish in your career.


Webinars are invaluable (and often free) tools for developing professional skills in an increasingly competitive job market. Not only are they cost-effective and easily accessible, but also serve as exceptional talking points during interviews. Demonstrating your engagement with webinars showcases to potential employers your proactive commitment to broadening your industry insights during your personal time, setting you apart from fellow interviewees.

Online courses

Did you know there are thousands of online courses out there that can help enhance your skills as an interim? This is especially useful for learning more about industry trends and digital advancements (such as the rise of AI) so you can stay one step ahead of your competitors. 

Here are a few we recommend checking out:

Before deciding which platform you’re going to use, it’s a good idea to think about which topic you wish to delve into or the particular skill you want to refine. Once you’ve made this decision you can see which platform has the best resources for your area of interest. 


Connect with professionals in your field or industry through online platforms (e.g. LinkedIn), networking events, and forums. Engaging with other interims can provide valuable insights and might help you prepare better for future opportunities. 

Develop those soft skills!

Focus on improving soft skills such as communication, negotiation, time management, and adaptability. These skills are crucial for succeeding in interim roles, where you often need to quickly integrate into new teams and environments.

Refined your skills and looking to make that next step in your career? Chat with our dedicated consultants here at Imperium Resourcing to find out more about our current roles.

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