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Best Practices for Developing High-Impact Employees

Date: May 13 2011

Talent Mobility:
A Succession Management Best Practice for
Developing High-Impact Employees
presented by Barb Arth, Senior Analyst, Leadership Development
Bersin & Associates
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
1:00pm Eastern/10:00am Pacific

Can't make it? Download the whitepaper Talent Mobility: A New Standard of Endurance

Succession management refers to how an organization identifies and develops "successors," those who replace individuals who move to other roles within an organization or leave an organization. Succession management is normally used to identify the next generation of leaders. But it can be put to use at many levels of an organization, including non-managerial but high-impact roles.

In this 1-hour interactive session, Barb Arth from Bersin & Associates will discuss best practices in developing a high-impact succession management strategy, how to mobilize talent across your enterprise, and how to encourage managers at all levels to think about succession management and its alignment with your overall talent management strategy.

Participants will learn how to:
  • Define, target and identify high potentials and/or high performers within your organization.
  • Get your managersat all levelsto think about succession management.
Who should attend?
  • HR, training, L&D and talent management professionals responsible for developing and/or implementing your organization's talent and succession management strategies.
  • Line of business leaders and other professionals who want to begin to realize a competitive advantage from high-impact succession management and talent mobility practices.