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Talent Success Toolkit Lesson 6: Succession Planning

Performance Management and Succession Planning are two pieces of Talent Management that can’t be parted. One without the other isn’t a complete ...
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Can Employee Assessments Be Used for Succession Planning?

“Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” -Allen Saunders You have plans for sales and plans for products and probably even plans for seating arrangements, but are you planning the future of your company? According to Software Advice,  62% of employees say working for a company with succession planning would make them feel “significantly more engaged,” and it’s not uncommon for companies to be missing an actual talent roadmap in place. This is a huge missed opportunity. Nevertheless, by having a handle on the personalities who are currently keeping your company moving, you can more easily and accurately develop a strategy for the future.
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Is Your Succession Planning Program About to Go Up In Flames?

Owning or being an important part of business is about the little things. At first, the big decisions will take up most of your time: what is our business going to be? How will we lead our employees going forward? However, what separates good leaders from bad is how they deal with the decisions employees may not know they make, like their succession planning program. It may not define your vision as a business, but it will define how your business is run. Unfortunately, because these decisions often go unnoticed, it’s hard to know if you’re making them correctly. Luckily, we’ve put together some go-to signals that should act as red flags indicating your plan isn’t what it needs to be.
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Technology Makes Succession Planning Successful

The future of a business can be scary, even when that business is successful. Sometimes, organizations that are doing well feel an even more overwhelming pressure to get the right plan in place and avoid any succession problems. The good news is, for every CEO and business owner who develops a succession plan, there is a talent management team thrilled to see it.
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