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Leadership Succession that Works- How to Build a Great Bench

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Leadership Succession that Works- How to Build a Great Bench

Time: February 16, 2010 from 8am to 10am
Location: Ramada Inn
Street: 11580 Roosevelt Blvd.
City/Town: Philadelphia PA
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Phone: (215) 698-7116
Event Type: sepa, shrm, monthly, chapter, meeting
Organized By: HR TroubleShooters
Latest Activity: Feb 2, 2010

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Are your bench players “ready to play?” Do you have at least two or three people in position to assume the responsibilities of critical positions in your organization?
Do you have a leadership succession plan? If you lost your key employee tomorrow, do you know who would step in? Could he or she do it without your business skipping a beat?
This experiential workshop is for Human Resources Professionals and their management team, who want smooth and effective transitions when employee openings need to be filled.
You will leave with tools to assess your bench’s readiness and a process to make sure the right skills and competencies are bring developed for the right people.

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