Can You Name Two Employees
Who Could Step Into Your Shoes Today?
"I have known and worked with Warren Krompf for fifteen years. Warren is diligent, careful and incredibly knowledgeable regarding all aspects of human resources. In working directly with Warren I have found that not only is he incredibly bright, he is able to effectively communicate and present his extensive technical knowledge to different constituencies of varying backgrounds, experiences and education levels. I look forward to working with Warren in the future"
Marc Taylor, Founding Member Taylor English
“About 40% of respondents reported having no formal succession planning process at their organization”
Source: XpertHR survey
Just another day at the office:
Bill walks into Jane’s office. Bill: “Hello Jane, I have decided to resign and am submitting my two weeks notice today.”
Scenario 2: Mary walks into Bob’s office. Mary: “Hello Bob, I have decided it's time for me to retire; I plan my last day to be two months from today.”
Sound familiar? Two resignations in just one week! Employee turnover is a fact of life. So now what? Is your organization ready? Is your succession plan geared for success? Do you have a plan?
"Succession planning is an organizational process and if used only for key leadership positions lower level bench strength will suffer and will result in a less competitive organization in the future."
Source: The Krompf Group LLC
We are confronted with tough competitive pressures, technological change and a premium on speed and productivity. Your organization’s performance depends on assessing and bridging the gap between where you are today and where you need to be in the future. The key is a well thought out succession strategy to include all employees.
To find out the HOW of succession planning and of creating a plan to exceed your goals:
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