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Strategic Leadership Staffing: Why & How Succession Planning Matters

A 90-Minute Audio Conference Scheduled for:

March 18, 2010, 2:00 - 3:30PM Eastern
http://www.professionaldevelopmentuniversity.com/product.sc?productId=116&categoryId=-1?sourceCode=HRTCTR

Options:

Audio Conference Only: $199.00
Audio Conference CD Only: $199.00
Audio Conference + CD: $289.00

Register or Learn More: http://www.professionaldevelopmentuniversity.com/product.sc?productId=116&categoryId=-1?sourceCode=HRTCTR

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Even if your organization is fully staffed today, it's essential to consider what your staffing needs are likely to be in the future - particularly in terms of leadership.

But without a crystal ball, how do you look within your ranks to identify those individuals with the potential to lead, and provide them with opportunities to develop the leadership skills that will enable them to step into positions of increasing responsibility as they become available?

Learning Objectives:

This audio conference will help you to identify the traits that indicate that whetehr leadership may or may not be the right choice for a particular individual.

You'll also learn why and how to involve current management in this important long term staffing planning process and start laying the groundwork for creating a formal leadership development program in your organization.

By attending, you will be able to:

- Explain why succession planning is essential to any comprehensive staffing plan.
- Recognize the most desirable traits in leaders as well as the traits that should not be present in leaders, and will learn how to use this knowledge to identify employees with the potential to step up to leadership roles.
- Convey to current managers the importance of the role they play in (a) identifying future leaders and (b) setting an appropriate examples for the organization's future generation of leaders.
- Describe the benefits of establishing a formal mentoring and training program for developing future leaders.

Presented by:

Mary G. White, M.A., SPHR, is co-founder and managing director of MTI Business Solutions, where she oversees the organization's corporate training and Human Resources consulting functions.

Why a PDU Audio Conference Is Right For You:

- Fast, convenient learning without any out-of-office time lost.
- No travel-related expenses or complications.
- The perfect way to train as many employees as you like.
- 100% Guarantee: If you are dissatisfied, you are entitled to a complete refund.

Product Options:

Audio Conference Only: $199.00
Audio Conference CD Only: $199.00
Audio Conference + CD: $289.00

Register or Learn More: http://www.professionaldevelopmentuniversity.com/product.sc?productId=116&categoryId=-1?sourceCode=HRTCTR


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