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11th Annual Succession Management Conference

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.
NOVEMBER 04 - 06, 2015 | NEW YORK MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN | NEW YORK, NY

November 05 - 06, 2015

CEOs see success in meeting their most urgent business growth challenges as being inextricably linked to strengthening their human capital through grow-your-own strategies (The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2015).  Today, over 80% of corporations remain worried about the ability of their leadership pipeline to deliver and employee engagement and retention are at an all-time low. While Succession Management is seen as key to producing the leadership we need now and in the future, organizations struggle with how to build succession into the everyday fabric of the organization, how retain agility that acknowledges new directions and information, how to remain relevant in assessing and developing talent.  This year’s conference focuses on “Succession Management that Delivers Results – Keeping it Simple, Relevant, and Agile”.  

Topics presented by leading organizations will include:

  • Strategy and Succession Management – A Chairman of the Board Tells Us Why One Can’t Live Without the Other
  • Keeping the organization focused on Succession – All Through the Process
  • How Collaborative Working Relationships Can Build Your Succession Bench
  • Yes, We Can Maintain the Focus on Succession Management – All Through the Process!
  • Are Competencies Enough?  Exploring Holistic Approaches to Developing our Leaders
  • What are the High Impact Areas to Measure in our organizations?

This program has been approved for up to 15.25 ( HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and 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


For information on Sponsorship Opportunities please contact Michael Felden at michael.felden@conference-board.org.

Registered? Connect with speakers, attendees, and more on Facebook 
Follow us on twitter: @conferenceboard; #tcbSuccession

LOCATION

New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, New York 10006
Tel 212 385 4900
Official Website: Click here

SPONSORED BY
Korn/Ferry International
Merryck & Co.
EXHIBITOR
Cook Ross, Inc.
MARKETING PARTNER
Center for Creative Leadership
New Talent Management Network
AGENDA
NOVEMBER 04 - 06, 2015
NEW YORK MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN

November 04, 2015

A key characteristic of companies that regularly produce top leadership talent is they conduct robust talent reviews. These are honest, facilitated, calibrated discussions conducted by executive peers concerning their talent. They also know the essential purpose of the talent review is development, not just for the high potentials, but all talent. By doing so, executive teams are continuously enhancing the performance and potential of their leadership pipeline. 

This interactive full day session will enable participants to: 

  • Discern the difference between high performance and high potential
  • Understand the seven key characteristics of potential 
  • Leverage a performance-potential matrix to differentiate their talent
  • Practice using the performance-potential matrix to facilitate a 'talking talent' session 
  • Leverage "talking talent" into talking development in order to create robust and actionable development plans
     

As a participant you will take away a tookit that includes a performance-potential matrix, a diagnostic tool on potential and a decision framework to drive talent development in the organization. This seminar will be interactive with application exercises, case studies, and group exercises. 

This program has been approved for 5.5 ( HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and 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 November 04, 2015
  • James Peters, Senior Partner, Global Head of Succession Management, Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting
  • Lisa Spitzer, Vice President, Talent Management and Organization Development, Johnson Controls, Inc.
November 05 - 06, 2015

CEOs see success in meeting their most urgent business growth challenges as being inextricably linked to strengthening their human capital through grow-your-own strategies (The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2015).  Today, over 80% of corporations remain worried about the ability of their leadership pipeline to deliver and employee engagement and retention are at an all-time low. While Succession Management is seen as key to producing the leadership we need now and in the future, organizations struggle with how to build succession into the everyday fabric of the organization, how retain agility that acknowledges new directions and information, how to remain relevant in assessing and developing talent.  This year’s conference focuses on “Succession Management that Delivers Results – Keeping it Simple, Relevant, and Agile”.  

Topics presented by leading organizations will include:

  • Strategy and Succession Management – A Chairman of the Board Tells Us Why One Can’t Live Without the Other
  • Keeping the organization focused on Succession – All Through the Process
  • How Collaborative Working Relationships Can Build Your Succession Bench
  • Yes, We Can Maintain the Focus on Succession Management – All Through the Process!
  • Are Competencies Enough?  Exploring Holistic Approaches to Developing our Leaders
  • What are the High Impact Areas to Measure in our organizations?

This program has been approved for up to 15.25 ( HR (General)) recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and 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


For information on Sponsorship Opportunities please contact Michael Felden at michael.felden@conference-board.org.

Registered? Connect with speakers, attendees, and more on Facebook 
Follow us on twitter: @conferenceboard; #tcbSuccession

Amy Lui Abel, Managing Director, Human Capital, The Conference Board

Justin Arnold, Manager Talent Supply, Bechtel

Limor Benderly, Director of Leadership Development & Senior Talent Management, Amdocs

Michelle Blieberg, Former Senior Vice President, Talent Management & Corporate HR, Time Warner

Rene Carew, Program Director, Conference Board, Inc., The

T.C. Chatterjee, Cheif Operating Officer, Griffith Laboratories Inc.

Robin Cohen, Director, Global Talent Management Supply, Johnson & Johnson

David Dodsworth, Director, HR Transformation and Strategy, Deere & Company

Marc Effron, President, The Talent Strategy Group

Harry Feuerstein, Partner and Head of Service, Merryck & Co.

Brian Griffith, Chairman of the Board, Griffith Laboratories Inc.

Sofia B. Hollis, Global Diversity & Inclusion Director, IBM Corporation

Beverly Kaye, Founder, Bev Kaye & Company

Maria Keenan, Senior Manager - HR Business Partner, Verizon

Tom Killen, Vice President, Talent Management, TIAA

Brenda Kirszner, Associate Director, Americas Inclusiveness Center of Excellence, EY

Heather M. Landry, Talent Manager & Global High Potential Programme Lead, BAE Systems, Inc.

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

Robert Motion, Director, Workforce Intelligence, Raytheon Company

Corey Munoz, Chief Learning Officer, KPMG

Thomas Ruddy, Vice President, Human Resources, Life Sciences, BD

Marian Ruderman, Director, Research Horizons and Senior Fellow, Center for Creative Leadership

Anna Valerio, President, Executive Leadership Strategies, LLC

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

Anuraag Wadhwani, Director Talent and Performance Management, Philip Morris International S.A.

Bridgette Weitzel, Senior Executive Advisor (part-time), Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.

Matthew Wells, Head of Global Learning and Development, Carlyle Group

Wendy Witterschein, Talent Development Leader, PSEG Power

Patti Yoder, Human Resources Director, EY

James Peters, Global Leader, Succession Planning, Korn Ferry Leadership & Talent Consulting

Lisa Spitzer, Vice President, Global Talent Management & Organization Development, Johnson Controls, Inc.

Sponsored By
Korn/Ferry International
Merryck & Co.
Exhibitor
Cook Ross, Inc.
Marketing Partner
Center for Creative Leadership
New Talent Management Network