Succession planning is a process that helps you quickly identify employees who are ready, or will be ready, to step into a job when you have a new role to fill or when someone in a key position leaves. In this video, learn how to build and implement an ef
- If the Director of Product Development…had to suddenly leave your company due to an illness,…who would take their place?…What if your top salesperson is wooed away to another firm?…Who will take over their clients?…Do you have great people standing by…ready to fill these roles?…Succession planning is a process to identify employees…who are ready or will be ready to step in…when and where you need them.…When someone in a key position leaves the organization,…or you have a new role to fill,…succession planning ensures you can fill…the role quickly with a great person.…
I want to share the steps you need to take…to make succession planning a success.…Begin by identifying the leadership positions…and critical roles in your company.…Of course, this includes senior and mid-level management,…but who else?…What other positions require unique skills…and knowledge about the company,…such as engineering or product development?…What roles would cause the company great hardship…if they were vacant for a period of time?…Succession planning isn't just about finding replacements…
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- Building a successful talent management strategy
- Identifying talent needs and assessing existing talent
- Recruiting and hiring the right people
- Developing employees to meet talent needs
- Implementing a succession planning process
- Focusing on engagement and retention
- Increasing talent visibility
- Creating a strong HR and business partnership
- Designing a high-performance culture