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SUCCESSION PLANNING FOR THE 21st CENTURY: Future Trends & Practical Guidelines for Building Your Talent Pipeline
Sunday, October 27 | 1:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Amy Hirsh Robinson
Approved for 4 HRCI Business Recertification Credit Hours and 4 SHRM PDCs
A new normal for American business is emerging, yet there is little practical discussion about how to retool succession planning and leadership development to meet the evolving challenges that companies face. Demographic shifts, globalization, new communication technologies, and economic uncertainty have changed the playing field and requirements for leaders. As a result, most succession plans are irrelevant to today’s business challenges. But organizations large or small that do not engage in succession planning are at great economic risk.
- Learn key pitfalls of current succession planning initiatives
- Discover the impact of future trends on succession planning practices
- Hear about a framework for predicting tomorrow’s business and assessing tomorrow’s roles
- Learn which leadership competencies are necessary to compete in the next decade
- Steps to retool succession planning and leadership development, for simplicity and success
About the Speaker:
Amy Hirsh Robinson, MBA, is a leading expert on the changing workforce and the impact of generational shifts on organizations. She consults to Fortune 500 companies, privately held businesses and not-for-profits to prepare and retool leaders and their workforces to excel and compete in the New Economy. Her strategies and programs focus on attracting top talent, onboarding new employees to ensure the retention and engagement of top talent, managing and motivating a multigenerational workforce, and building competitive talent pipelines through effective succession planning practices. Amy speaks and publishes widely on workforce strategies for the New Economy and has been cited and quoted in publications such as Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, and the Huffington Post.