Succession Management

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Succession isn’t just about planning for changes in the C-suite. Beyond identifying future leaders, your succession management strategy should include workforce planning, skills gap analyses, and the creation of development programs to increase bench strength at all levels of the organization. Learn ways to identify and define the leadership skills you need at the top, and discover how to align and integrate those competencies throughout the company.

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Leadership Development: People are the #1 Resource

Video | Published: November 22, 2016

Having a learning mindset is critical for making strides in leadership development. In this Interview, Vicki Good, Portfolio Director, General Management Program, Harvard Business School, and Robert Swander, Client Services Manager, Harvard ...

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The Future of Work

Webcast | Presented By: Kimberly Abel-Lanier | Webcast Aired: November 3, 2016
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Review the forces behind our new world of work, while challenging how you think about the future and tools you will need to prepare for what is on the horizon.

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Beyond the C-Suite: Succession Planning for the Rest of Us

Blog | Author: WilsonHCG | Source: HCI | Published: June 22, 2016

Succession planning cannot be limited to the C-Suite. Rather, organizations must take a holistic look at the workforce and determine which roles or individuals are critical to future success. High performers at all levels in the organization should be included in strategic succession planning.

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Why Good Leaders Struggle in Cross-Cultural Assignments

Blog | Author: hfi | Source: HCI | Published: February 19, 2016
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Success at the corporate level depends in large part on the ability to accurately describe, evaluate and predict the present and future state of organizational leadership. A clear leadership model is the foundation for promotion management, building succession plans, and managing high –potential programs. The challenge is to define a clear concept of leadership and yet still leave room for individual differences, innovation and alternative approaches. This challenge of balancing the needs of the whole while valuing the contributions of its parts is amplified in multi-cultural corporate environments.

 

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