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Speaker: Lepora Menefee, SHRM-SCP, SPHR  | Managing Director, Nextgen People

We all want to ensure that we are retaining the best leaders, creating the appropriate programs to develop top talent, and maintaining a talent pool of high performers and future leaders. This session will allow you to overcome succession planning challenges and do just that. We examine how succession planning will become more challenging and require far more dynamic management and collaboration outside of your organization to survive. In this session, we take a journey from past practices to current best practices and next practices of Succession Planning.

We explore the innovative efforts that will be needed for successful organizations to compete in the future. This session will share an effective and comprehensive model of Succession Planning that integrates with all other Talent Management elements. The session dives deeply into how to effectively integrate Talent Management elements into Succession Planning. What does it look like when an organization’s Talent Management operation is not seamlessly integrated with Succession Planning? What are the costs? Is it worth it for an organization to ensure that Succession Planning is fully integrated with all other elements of Talent Management?

You will be challenged to examine your organization and provided with the effective tools to assess the health and effectiveness of your succession planning process. This session is participatory and will include sharing among senior HR leaders in order encourage first- hand learning, current industry practices, challenges and solutions.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the past practices, current practices and next practices of succession planning
  2. Discuss the purpose of integrated talent management and how it relates to succession planning
  3. Examine current challenges that are a part of effective succession planning

SHRM BoCK Competencies:

  1. HR Expertise
  2. Leadership & Navigation
  3. Consultation