While succession planning is complex and complicated, there is a minimum required to form the foundation for success.
How Many High Potentials Do We Have?
Authored by: Roger Pearman and Robert Eichinger How many High Potentials do you need? Most of the time, the answer is more. In our collective 90 years in the practice of Talent Management and Succession Planning, we have never experienced a surplus of talent on the bench who were ready to assume top management roles.
Filling the 5 Talent Benches
The Talent Bench. Do we have enough to fill openings? How good are they? Are they equal to or better than those they will replace? Explore these questions…
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and the Annual Talent Review
Mitigating bias during the identification of high potentials is key, given the value and importance of our DE&I goals.
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To Tell…Or Not To Tell..
To Tell…Or Not To Tell…Should you tell employees how they were designated in the annual talent review? Explore this age old question.
Learning and Developing at the Speed of Life
While the need for talent moving to the top is great, only a few of the many who make the effort are legendary successes.
The Career Success University
How can organization’s accelerate and scale their desire to develop future leaders? Consider these elements in your corporate university strategy!
The Weak Bench Strength Checklist…and Remedies
Endless executive survey’s show that the C-Suite does not have confidence in their long term bench strength. Grab 9 reasons and remedies for a weak bench!
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Ready when? – Guidance for Succession Planning
A part of many Succession Planning or Talent Review sessions include the “Ready When?” Consider 9 answers to this common question.
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Playing Fantasy C-Suite: Putting Together Your Dream Team
Succession planning is playing Fantasy C-Suite. The players work to assemble the best collective team possible to win the economic game.
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