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Non-Executive Director: Also called an outside, independent or external director: this role involves no direct management but rather one of assessing the performance and challenging the decisions of executive directors, and management, with the interests of both the firm, and the stakeholders, in mind.

Executive Director: Also called an inside, or internal, director: such a person is usually a full time employee of the firm. The executive director has an important decision making role within specified parameters, depending on whether he is a director of finance or marketing, of operations, or of some other kind.

Interim Management: This type of management is employed temporarily to fill a management gap, manage a project, or to steer a company through some crisis or period of change. A manager brought in, in this way, would have exemplary credentials.

Senior Management: A senior manager either directs workers indirectly through supervisors or else directly. Planning, directing and monitoring staff, the senior manager usually has the authority to hire, promote or dismiss employees.

Project Management: The management of time-defined endeavours: securing and managing resources, as well as planning and organizing events to attain a pre-defined objective.

Junior Management: The lowest level of management.

The Team: Some organizations, wanting to extend into another country or locality, are looking for several individuals, or even an entire team, that can be put into place. Search firms do, on occasion take on projects of this sort.
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