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Chief Creative Officer

A Chief Creative Officer (CCO) embodies the creative pulse of an organization, responsible for setting the overall aesthetic and creative direction. In this role, the CCO fosters a culture of innovation that transcends traditional boundaries, driving the brand’s creative vision across all consumer touchpoints. This executive leads by blending artistry with strategy, ensuring that every piece of content resonates with the core audience while advancing the company's mission. The CCO collaborates with various teams—Marketing for cohesive campaign messaging, Product Development for design and usability, Executive Leadership for alignment with corporate objectives, and Sales to ensure the storytelling component enhances customer conversion.

Looking to hire an Interim Chief Creative Officer or Fractional Chief Creative Officer?

Their key focuses often  include:

  • Visionary Leadership: Crafting and guiding the company's creative vision and ensuring it aligns with strategic objectives.

  • Brand Storytelling: Overseeing the narrative that unfolds across all platforms, ensuring it captivates and engages.

  • Design Excellence: Ensuring that product and service design meet the highest standards of aesthetic and functional quality.

  • Innovative Campaigns: Developing groundbreaking marketing and advertising campaigns that set the brand apart.

  • Cross-Departmental Synergy: Bridging the gap between creative teams and other departments to maintain a coherent brand voice.

  • Talent Cultivation: Attracting, developing, and retaining creative talent to drive the organization’s creative capabilities.

  • Cultural Relevance: Keeping the brand's creative output in tune with contemporary cultural movements and consumer sentiments.

Chief Sales Officer

A Chief Sales Officer (CSO) is the driving force behind an organization's sales engine, fine-tuning the strategies that propel revenue growth and market expansion. With an acute focus on sales performance, the CSO ensures the alignment of the sales objectives with the overall business goals, fostering an environment of achievement and accountability. This leader works in synergy with Marketing to synchronize sales tactics with broader campaigns, Product Development for feedback on market needs, Executive Leadership for strategic alignment, and Customer Service to guarantee that post-sale experiences reinforce customer retention and loyalty.

Looking to hire an Interim Chief Sales Officer or Fractional Chief Sales Officer?

Their key focuses often  include:

  • Sales Strategy Development: Crafting strategic sales plans that align with the business objectives and market opportunities.

  • Revenue Growth: Driving the sales team to meet and exceed revenue targets.

  • Team Leadership and Development: Building a high-performing sales team through training, mentoring, and recruitment.

  • Sales Operations Optimization: Streamlining sales processes and operations for maximum efficiency and effectiveness.

  • Key Account Management: Overseeing key relationships and negotiations with major clients.

  • Market Analysis and Adaptation: Analyzing market trends and adjusting sales strategies accordingly.

  • Collaborative Integration: Ensuring that sales strategies are integrated with other departments for a cohesive company direction.

Chief Culture Officer

A Chief Culture Officer (CCO) stands at the helm of an organization's cultural identity, meticulously weaving the company’s values, beliefs, and behaviors into the fabric of everyday operations. Tasked with cultivating an environment where employees are engaged, inspired, and aligned with the company’s mission, the CCO works across all levels—partnering with Human Resources to reinforce culture through recruitment and retention, Executive Leadership to embody and advocate for the company ethos, and every department head to ensure the culture is lived and breathed within their teams.

Looking to hire an Interim Chief Culture Officer or Fractional Chief Culture Officer?

Their key focuses often  include:

  • Culture Advocacy: Championing the company's core values and ensuring they are reflected in every aspect of the organization.

  • Employee Engagement: Developing programs that enhance employee satisfaction, collaboration, and well-being.

  • Organizational Development: Shaping policies and initiatives that foster a positive, inclusive, and dynamic workplace.

  • Change Management: Guiding the organization through cultural shifts and ensuring the transition aligns with the company’s vision.

  • Communication: Facilitating open and effective communication that reinforces the company’s cultural narrative.

  • Learning and Development: Overseeing training programs that support both personal growth and cultural integration.

  • Diversity and Inclusion: Ensuring that the company’s commitment to diversity is more than nominal, fostering an environment where a spectrum of voices is not only heard but also valued.

Interim vs. Fractional

Many organizations are learning about the benefits of interim and fractional executive work. At Tandem, we are able to fill either type of role as needed by our clients. 


  • A long-term relationship with no defined end

  • Not typically involved with day-to-day operations or responsible for internal team

  • Acts as a consultative voice to the leadership team

  • Helps with decision making

  • A cost-effective way for startups to gain access to this role 


  • A short-term relationship with a defined exit strategy

  • Steps into the day-to-day operations and guides the internal team

  • Is an executive voice to the leadership team 

  • Is a decision maker

  • A cost-effective way for existing organizations to mitigate gaps while looking for permanent team member

In essence, a fractional executive is a part-time long-term strategic partner, while an interim executive is a full-time temporary operational leader.

Chief Strategy Officer

A Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) tasked with overseeing the overall customer lifecycle plays a pivotal role in steering the customer experience from initial engagement to long-term loyalty. This executive works in concert with various departments — Marketing to align branding and outreach, Technology to ensure seamless user interactions, Executive Leadership to drive a customer-centric vision, Recruiting to onboard individuals who are ambassadors of customer excellence, and Sales to cultivate and maintain enduring customer relationships. Acting as the orchestrator of the customer journey, the CSO ensures that every touchpoint reflects the organization's commitment to its clients.

Looking to hire an Interim Chief Strategy Officer or Fractional Chief Strategy Officer?

Their key focuses often  include:

  • Strategic Alignment: Ensuring all departments coalesce around a unified customer journey strategy.

  • Customer Journey Mapping: Overseeing the creation of detailed customer journey maps to enhance engagement and satisfaction.

  • Experience Optimization: Leveraging data and analytics to refine and personalize the customer experience.

  • Cross-Functional Collaboration: Facilitating a collaborative culture that breaks down silos between departments.

  • Innovation Leadership: Guiding the adoption of new technologies and practices that can improve the customer lifecycle.

  • Brand Advocacy: Fostering a brand environment where every interaction is an opportunity to solidify customer loyalty.

  • Feedback Loop Integration: Implementing systems to capture customer feedback and translate it into actionable insights across all levels of the organization.



With decades of experience spanning from Fortune 500 Companies to Startups, our Chiefs are ready to bring their unique approach to your organization. 

All Chief & Team Memberships include all-inclusive access to our team of strategists and creative. 


Chief Marketing Officer

A Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) serves as the architect of an organization’s marketing vision, translating business objectives into strategies that resonate with the consumer base. This role involves a holistic stewardship over the brand’s narrative and its marketplace positioning, ensuring a consistent and compelling message across all channels. With a hand on the pulse of market trends, the CMO collaborates closely with departments such as Sales for alignment on go-to-market strategies, Technology for digital marketing innovation, Executive Leadership for strategic direction, and Customer Service to ensure marketing efforts are complemented by exceptional customer experiences.

Looking to hire an Interim Chief Marketing Officer or Fractional Chief Marketing Officer?

Their key focuses often  include:

  • Brand Strategy: Crafting and maintaining a strong, consistent brand identity.

  • Market Research: Analyzing market trends to inform strategic decisions.

  • Customer Engagement: Developing campaigns that effectively engage target audiences.

  • Digital Marketing: Leading the charge in digital transformation and online presence.

  • Data-Driven Decisions: Utilizing data analytics to drive marketing effectiveness and ROI.

  • Content Leadership: Overseeing content creation that educates, entertains, and converts.

  • Team Development: Building and nurturing a marketing team capable of executing high-level strategies.

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