1/7/2019

Three 15-Minute Activities for Succession Planning

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Has your company begun the process of succession planning? If not, this article offers a starting point. If your company has started discussing the process, the article helps gauge your progress.

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Succession planning is a deliberate, ongoing process of selecting and preparing the right people to assume leadership positions at all levels of your company, according to Heather Haas, president of Advisa. Has your company begun the process of succession planning? If not, the article, “Succession Planning: Three 15-Minute Activities to Start Preparing for Tomorrow,” offers a starting point. If your company has started discussing the process, the article helps gauge your progress.

In the article, Ms. Haas lays out the purpose and instructions of each of the methods to jump-start succession planning. The “Now and Later Assessment,” “9-Box Exercise,” and the “Urgent: Important Matrix” activities each only take 15 minutes to complete.

For more information, read the entire column here.

 

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