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Use Recognition and Rewards to Grow Future Leaders

Topic:
Use Recognition and Rewards to Grow Future Leaders
Date:
January 24, 2013 at 11:00 - 12:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Donna Stevenson, President(BMB (Boomers Match to Business))
Faye Wales, Consultant(People Time)
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Description
In the workplace today, Boomers dominate the executive and management ranks. As a result, the mass exodus of the members of this generational cohort, by 2020, will create a significant challenge for HR managers and leaders. There will be vacancies to fill and expertise to transfer from these boomer leaders and managers to new leaders and managers.
Today, less than 20% of organizations (profit, non for profit, volunteer and community) have succession plans in place. In the majority of cases, the current leaders are not thinking strategically about how to make the transition and ensure leadership continuity.
We should now be developing and implementing leadership development programs to utilize boomer expertise to mentor future Generation X and Y leaders and at the same time, we should be building and implementing retirement planning for those boomer leaders transitioning out of the workforce. HR managers and leaders can take a leadership role and design and create succession plans aligned with retirement planning for boomer employees. This will be, over the next 8 to 10 years, a significant business challenge for senior teams and HR is well positioned to help them address this challenge.
       During this session you will learn how to use recognition as a motivational tool to:
•       promote knowledge transfer between Boomers and Generation X and Y,
•       attract the interest and support from senior management by capturing the ‘cost of lost knowledge’
•       create coaching and mentoring opportunities for leadership development, and
•       foster a succession planning environment where retirement planning is valued and employee retention is a priority.
By participating in this session, you will gain a full appreciation of the effects of demographic changes in the workplace and what they mean for the future of leadership and retention of high performers. Utilizing the recognition tools discussed during this session will help you to raise your profile and assume a business leadership role in your organization.

Who Should Participate
All HR Professionals
What You Will Learn
  1. Challenges associated with pending demographic changes and how to succession plan for the exodus of boomers from the workforce.
  2. Recognition tools and techniques to encourage current boomer leaders to share their expertise and build a leadership legacy.
  3. Recognition tools to encourage leadership development of Generation X and Y.
  4. How to align your succession planning process with retirement planning of your employees.
  5. How to transition current employees to retirement with innovative ready to retire tools, information, and planning expertise.
Recommended Resources
The 2020 Workplace: How Innovative Companies Attract, Develop and Keep Tomorrow’s Employees Today by Jeanne C. Meister & Karie Willyerd

Who is Developing Our Future Leaders? The Boomer Leader Legacy by Donna Stevenson – www.bm2b.ca Click here

HR Magazine – www.hrmagazine.co.uk Click here

The Shift – The Future of Work is Already Here by Lynda Gratton - http://www.lyndagratton.com/ Click here

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Donna Stevenson
BMB (Boomers Match to Business)

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Faye Wales
People Time

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BMB (Boomers Match to Business)
Boomer Match to Business (BM2B) specializes in matching business's short term needs to expertise provided by a boomer - the generation of experts readily available to support business development and growth. What makes BM2B unique? BM2B has a database of seasoned professionals (Boomer Experts) interested in short term assignments, project work, and/or part time consulting work. We match the short term needs of small to medium-sized businesses with the expertise of boomers. We are very focused - we market our experts to business. We have two service options - Standard and Custom. No matter which service plan is selected, BM2B will provide business with the best possible expert to suit the need. Just-in-time experts available when and where you need them. Specialties Human Resources, Business Development, Marketing, Finance, Process Improvement, Inventory Management, Sales, Sales Management, Interim Executive Leadership, IT, Business Coaching, Social Media, Communications, Public Relations, Customer Service
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"I believe Senior Leaders and Boomers in general also value the possibility of continued employment through consulting after ""traditional"" work life ends. Companies that are willing to offer that possibility will have a real opportunity to retain knowledge and expertise. You are correct that Boomers want to be valued for knowledge/expertise -- but failing to reward them with opportunities for projects and other forms of development is a huge mistake -- they resent it!!" 5 / 5
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"It was a lot of information about the different type of employees depending on their age which is great but it took over half the presentation to get to the ""rocognition and reward"" part." 3 / 5
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