Virtual Executive Program
WORLD-CLASS INTERIM & VIRTUAL EXECUTIVE EXPERTISE ON-DEMAND
VIRTUAL AND INTERIM EXECUTIVES FILL HOLES IN TEAMS
Common Use Cases
Develop Strategic Plans
Round out team for Capital Raise
Run Strategic Project(s)
Reorganization, transition and crisis management
Product development Leader As CTO or Product Manager
Co-CEO to help Owner/CEO to Enter New areas
Add specific skills to help with corporate governance
Change Management and Organizational Development
Benefits of Virtual and Part-time Executive Services:
- Pay only for the time you need
- Instant availability without risk or commitment
- Get critical strategic guidance only people with 20+ years experience can provide
- Avoid costly common errors
- Add perspective and creativity
- Develop and execute critical operational plans
- Enhance productivity and systematize
- Extra high-power man-hours to relieve growth stresses or launch new product
- Extend bootstrapping and lower expenses to drive up company equity value without high fixed costs
- Reduce hiring risk for management and senior positions
- Develop the strategic plan with broader and deeper perspective and knowledge
Success requires all the right experience and skills on the team to compete effectively. Even one day a week can make the difference between success and failure, or constant struggles.
We have the skills, experience and tools you need to help any business grow. Including standard Management Systems, policies and procedures for every area of business.
CEO since 1989. Manager since 1984
Interim CEO/COO and Coach since 2002
Author, Speaker and Thought Leader in Management Science, Leadership and Innovation
Has trained over 1,000 CEOs and executives in leadership best practices
Creators of The CEO Boot Camp
Creator of AirTight Management Systems Standard
Board member since 1986
Mr. Norton grew two startup businesses to over $100 million in sales, disrupting two industries. He has created and managed over 30 product launches and helped with 150 others as a consultant or interim executive. Some dominated their markets.
Mr. Norton has worked with hundreds of clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to startups to improve CEO, Executive and Manager performance.
As a CEO for over 25 years, he has the “Been There, Done That” experience to guide any CEO, Executive or business to success. Unlike most coaches Mr. Norton has run both small and large companies for decades.
Bob was a CEO at high-growth companies for 14 years (= 28,000 hours experience) before becoming a full-time interim executive and consultant. He developed his management and leadership skills while creating over $1 billion in value for investors. He has the “Been there. Done that.” experience to help in any area of a business.
Mr. Norton shares success strategies few people know. Bringing strong life experience, wisdom, and critical thinking to the table is the key to results. An interim executive must provide leadership. strong input and a point of view from their real-world experience and expertise.
What are differences between an Interim Executive and a Management Consultant?
Management consultants advise and recommend. Interim Executives advise, recommend and take “ownership” of the results. They own and drive projects, departments and teams according to corporate strategic objectives. They take on a fiduciary responsibility to the company acting in the best interest of the company.
ALL PROGRAMS INCLUDE
Dedicated availability with reserved time weekly, monthly or daily.
On call instant support by Skype, text or email for fast decisions and help for unplanned events and questions.
Training, Coaching and mentoring of other team members to upscale team capabilities.
Companies that cannot afford a full-time CEO, COO or CTO can also not afford to have none of this expertise on their team.
I have known Bob for about 15 years. He is a very bright, creative, and experienced executive. His combination of big company and entrepreneurial experiences have given him an excellent platform for advising others. . . . Bob can always be relied upon to steer you in the right direction.
David Dill, CEO of Wellesley
Pharmaceuticals, and former IBM VP
I have been privileged to be touched by people who have had a large influence on my thinking. Richard Branson for his inspiration and motivation of what is possible. Anthony Robbins who helped me take the first step in understanding human neural linguistics and associated communications. And Bob Norton who inspired my business thinking in different tangents.
Boaz Fischer, CEO, CommsNet, Australia
Bob Norton is an amazing person. He has an undefinable sixth sense about business and its many moving parts.
– Craig Brenner, CEO and VP at Kiva Systems