Succession Management

An HCI Topic

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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Article

How to Engage Business Leaders in Succession

Article | Source: SuccessFactors, an SAP Company | Published: October 13, 2014
Three essentials for the talent review … and beyond   As an HR professional, you know that effective succession management is critical if you’re going to prevent unplanned talent losses from disrupting ... Read more
Blog

Effective Succession Planning Best Practices

Blog | Author: Andrew Bateman | Source: HCI | Published: October 8, 2014

Today’s succession planning efforts need to be integrated into all aspects of the talent lifecycle, and must extend beyond the reach of the executive team. Most organizations today are already experiencing the reality of a need for a deeper penetrating succession practice. In the United States, 64 million people or 40% of the US workforce will reach retirement age by the year 2020. This emerging reality creates a necessity of which organizations need no reminder. It has never been more important for companies to develop and retain talent at all levels of the organization.

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Webcast

Change Now! Five Steps to Better Leadership

Webcast | Presented By: Cynthia McCauley | Webcast Aired: September 24, 2014
Every successful leader knows one thing for certain: The skills and knowledge that brought them to where they are probably won't take them to where they need to go. Successful people adapt and grow. They thrive because they change. And ... Read more
Fierce Leaders

Be a Fierce Leader: 3 Conversations to Share Wins

Blog | Author: Stacey Engle, Vice President of Marketing, Fierce, Inc | Source: HCI | Published: September 11, 2014

It takes a courageous leader to truly develop others – to look outward and want to share something bigger. True leadership involves drawing out the greatness in others - even when people do not believe in their own greatness. This is why it's crucial to share victories with everyone. So what conversations can you have that will effectively share organizational wins?

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