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Fractional CEO’s


Due to increasing market demand TNH has launched a curated Fractional CEO community.

We will be capping membership to high impact proven CEO’s ready to jump into global Fractional CEO roles.

You will need to be a proven hands on CEO and ready to engage with potential opportunities.

We will be sharing your details with potential employers so please make us aware of any conflicts of interest or restrictions.

Please join using the registration link below – Special price for the first 100 member cohort is $249 (once off payment) to be on the system.

Fractional CEO Practice

At TNH “Fractional CEO Practice” we will be sending profiles of our registered Fractional CEO’s to relevant businesses and investors globally through our regular mail shots.

On a bi-weekly basis we will be connecting proactively bundles of our members to relevant businesses who have expressed needs to engage senior executives in a fractional capacity.

Your membership fee ensures that we can continue to invest in matching and marketing to the appropriate companies.

Membership fees are invested directly into research and marketing ensuring we get maximum exposure for each cohort of fee paying members.

While there are no guarantees you can be assured that as a team we are doing our best to be proactively sharing profiles across relevant decision makers globally.

Fractional CEOs are typically employed by small and medium-sized businesses that may not require a full-time CEO but still need strategic leadership and guidance.

These businesses may include startups, family-owned businesses, or companies going through a transition or restructuring.

Expertise and Leadership

Fractional CEOs can provide expertise and leadership on a part-time or temporary basis, offering a cost-effective solution for businesses that need executive-level guidance but are not ready to commit to a full-time CEO.

At TNH our global research team continues to map out leaders and investors in these types of businesses to share with them the incredible portfolio of Fractional CEO talent we have at our fingertips.

Differences between a Fractional CEO and a Board Member;

A fractional CEO typically takes on a more hands-on role within the company, providing strategic leadership and actively working with the team to drive the business forward.

They may be involved in day-to-day operations, overseeing key initiatives, and implementing growth strategies.

On the other hand, a board advisor or board member is a strategic consultant who offers insights, advice, and guidance at a higher level. They typically provide oversight, governance, and strategic direction to the CEO and executive team, focusing more on overall business strategy, risk management, and governance issues.

While both roles offer strategic guidance, a fractional CEO is more involved in the operational aspects of the business, while a board advisor focuses on governance and strategic planning at a higher level.

Next Steps

Once you sign-up and pay the research team will send you a form to fill in covering your core experiences, availability, rate, restrictions, preferences, contact details and we will need a photo (all details will be sent within 24 hours of registration) this will enable our team to add you to our marketing and ensure we can match you with appropriate opportunities.

Join the first cohort of 100 impactful CEO’s to be matched and marketed to relevant Fractional opportunities sign up here!

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The growing popularity of the Fractional CEO Model

A fractional CEO, also known as a part-time CEO or interim CEO, refers to a professional leader who takes on the role of a Chief Executive Officer on a part-time or temporary basis within an organization. This approach has gained popularity in recent years due to its unique set of benefits and advantages for businesses, especially startups and smaller companies. Here are some of the benefits of having a fractional CEO:

Cost-Effective: Hiring a full-time CEO, especially for startups and smaller businesses, can be financially challenging. Fractional CEOs offer a cost-effective alternative, allowing companies to access executive-level leadership without the hefty price tag associated with a full-time executive.

Expertise on Demand: Fractional CEOs typically come with a wealth of experience and expertise. They have often held leadership positions in various industries and have a track record of success. This enables them to provide valuable insights and strategic guidance to the company, without the commitment of a full-time hire.

Flexibility: Fractional CEOs provide the flexibility to tailor their involvement based on the company’s needs. This can be especially beneficial during critical periods of change, growth, or transition. They can step in to address specific challenges and opportunities, then scale back their involvement when the situation stabilizes.

Objective Perspective: An external fractional CEO brings a fresh, objective perspective to the table. Without being tied to the company’s history, politics, or biases, they can make unbiased decisions and offer solutions that might be overlooked by internal teams.

Fast Implementation: Fractional CEOs are accustomed to jumping into new environments and quickly assessing challenges. This agility allows them to make informed decisions and implement changes swiftly, potentially accelerating the company’s growth trajectory.

Mentorship and Development: Fractional CEOs can act as mentors to existing leadership teams, providing guidance, coaching, and skill development. This knowledge transfer can have a lasting impact, strengthening the company’s internal capabilities for the long term.

Crisis Management: During times of crisis or significant change, a fractional CEO can offer stability and leadership. Their experience in managing complex situations can be instrumental in guiding the company through turbulent times.

Access to Networks: Fractional CEOs often bring with them an extensive network of industry contacts, potential partners, and investors. This network can be leveraged to open new business opportunities, establish partnerships, and attract funding.

Time Allocation: For smaller businesses that may not require a full-time CEO’s attention, a fractional CEO can allocate their time to multiple clients. This means that companies can benefit from high-level leadership without monopolizing the executive’s time.

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