10th Annual Succession Management Conference

This conference offers the ability to learn from leading organizations about new innovative approaches to redefining succession strategies that address the changing business needs of our organizations
OCTOBER 28 - 29, 2014 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT MARQUIS TIMES SQUARE | NEW YORK, NY

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LOCATION

Hotel Accommodations
Fees do not include hotel accommodations.

A block of discounted rooms is available at the Marriott Marquis New York.

To make reservations by phone, call 1-877-303-0104 and reference “The Conference Board Succession Management Conference.” Click Here to make reservations online.

Marriott Marquis New York
1535 Broadway
New York, NY 10036
Main Phone: 212-398-1900

The cut-off date for discounted reservations is Friday, October 3, 2014.

IN COLLABORATION WITH
Center for Creative Leadership
SPONSORED BY
Korn Ferry
MARKETING PARTNER
New Talent Network

October 27, 2014

This interactive seminar will focus on helping define the roadmap to move your organization’s succession management process forward. While best practices can guide, they do not always adequately inform on what is the right succession management process and roadmap for your business. Leveraging some of the latest thinking and research, this full-day session will enable you to: 

  • Diagnose the current maturity of your organization’s Succession Management process
  • Understand the elements to be considered when identifying the level of maturity that is right for your organization
  • Share and jointly discover, with participants from other organizations, the different roadmaps and approaches
  • Explore, and potentially discover, the roadmap for your organization

As a participant, you will take away a toolkit that includes the maturity model, a diagnostic tool, and a decision framework for further application in your business. These tools will assist your organization on its journey to effectively ensure you have the right talent, at the right time, and in the right place to support strategic success.  This seminar will be very interactive with application activities and group discussion. The session is appropriate for both the novice and the highly experienced leader who is responsible for Succession  Management in their organization.

This program has been approved for 6 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org

Speakers

Scheduled Speakers October 27, 2014

Stephen J. Lee, SVP, Global Human Resources, Griffith Laboratories

Paul Van Katwyk, Senior Partner, Korn Ferry
 
Cori Hill, Global Lead for High-Potential Leadership Development, Korn Ferry

October 28 - 29, 2014

TCB’s 2014 10th Annual Succession Management Conference:  Rethinking Today's Sucession Strategies to Address Tomorrow's Business Reality

Identifying, selecting and developing talent to fill positions that meet the talent demands of new business models, changing markets, new technology, and financial and political shifts, requires rethinking and redefining succession strategies.  While succession has come a long way in developing some of the foundational strategies over the past 10 years, today’s reality requires more innovative thinking and action.  Among the topics presented by leading organizations and thought leaders will be: 

  • Redefining Succession Strategies - A CEO's Commitment to Understanding and Developing Talent for the Future - Linda Parker Hudson, Board Member, BAE Systems Inc., Bank of America and Southern Company
  • Moving Beyond the Conventional: Innovative Approaches to the Succession Management Process
  • Developing Leaders in Emerging Markets: Importing Succession Strategies that Accelerate Development
  • Empowering the C Suite to Find Their Next 7 CEOs!
  • The Power of Data: PepsiCo's Use of Analytics in Assessing and Building their Leadership Bench
  • Building a Diverse Bench of Sucessors - The Neuro Science of "Breaking Bias"
  • The Role of Social Media in Understanding, Engaging and Discovering our Talent - An IGNITE Session
  • Developing a Global Mindset – Implications for Assessment and Development
  • A Different Approach To Talent Reviews: "Mini Workshop on "How to Conduct a Great Talent Review"
  • Innovation tools to Take Back to Your Organization and Apply To Rethinking Strategies
  • Industry Luncheon Discussions
  • Breakfast Round Table Discussions
  • Mini Sessions on "Applying Strategies to your Organization"

This program has been approved for 9.5 (General) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HR Certification Institute website at www.hrci.org.

Who Should Attend:
Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents and Directors responsible for Succession Management in their organizations with the majority coming from Human Resources, Leadership Development, Talent and Global Talent Management, Training and Development, Employee Development, and Diversity 

For Sponsorship Opportunities please contact Michael.Felden@conference-board.org

 

Linda Hudson, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The Cardea Group

Bridgette Weitzel, Vice President, OD Chief Talent Officer, BAE Systems, Inc.

Corey Munoz, Vice President, Enterprise Learning, TD Bank, Toronto, Canada

Florian Pequignot, Global Leadership Development, Procter & Gamble

Barbara Rodriguez, Head, Enterprise Succession Management and Organization Capability, Johnson & Johnson

Michael Campbell, Senior Faculty, Center for Creative Leadership

David Rock, Director and CEO, NeuroLeadership Institute

Marc Effron, President , The Talent Strategy Group

Jim Peters, Senior Partner, Global Head of Succession Management, Korn Ferry Hay Group

Sandy Lyons, Chief Executive Officer , River Group, The

Joseph Pellegrini, Senior Director Talent Management, Johnson & Johnson

Angie Dempsey, Senior Talent Development Consultant Enterprise Talent Development, Aetna Inc.

Andrew Muras, Senior Manager , BAE Systems, Inc.

Denise Novosel, Senior Staffing Director, Global Talent Labs, Microsoft Corporation

Rosanne Setoguchi, Director, Talent Acquisition , DIRECTV Group, Inc.

Lily Maissen, Senior Manager, Talent Analytics , PepsiCo, Inc.

J. Damien DeLuca, Director, Workforce Planning & Analytics, PepsiCo

Andrew Webster, Director, Change and Innovation Solutions, ExperiencePoint

David Underwood, Head Talent Management & Analytics , CSAA Insurance Group

Lee WanVeer, Director, Talent Management, Amtrak

Beth McCormick, Vice President, Talent Planning and Inclusion, Pfizer Inc.

Heidi Grant Halvorson, Senior Consultant and Researcher , NeuroLeadership Group

David Woodbury, Director, Succession & Talent Management , Humana Inc.

Jess Walker, HR Project Manager , Humana, Inc.

Paul Van Katwyk, Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry Hay Group

Cori Hill, Global Director, High Potential Leadership Development, Korn/Ferry International

Steve Lee, Senior Vice President, Global Human Resources, Griffith Laboratories Inc.

In collaboration with
Center for Creative Leadership
Sponsored by
Korn Ferry
Marketing Partner
New Talent Network