Talent Development and Succession Planning

In this session, the facilitator will introduce the general concepts of succession planning as well as the techniques, processes and tools used to build and maintain a sufficient successor pipeline across the enterprise. In addition to a discussion on succession planning, the facilitator will provide participants with an overview of the types of tools used to conduct a succession planning activity, the general timeline that should be dedicated to the event and how to effectively deploy the tools to collect and analyze data. Finally, the session will end with a review of how to set up and conduct a Talent Round Table resulting in the completed succession plan with potential successors and readiness time lines identified, as well as “not ready now” candidates identified for development planning sessions.

  • What Succession Planning Is
  • Types of Succession Plans and When to Use Each Type
  • Tools, Techniques and Processes for Succession Planning
  • How to Create and Develop Talent Pools
  • Setting Up and Conducting Talent Round Tables
  • The Importance of Maintaining Succession Plans

This eight-hour program is targeted for those with supervisory responsibility.


We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Facilitator

Diane DeRubertis Diane DeRubertis

Lecturer

Diane DeRubertis, SPHR, has been in the human resources field for over 20 years. DeRubertis is an independent consultant working with clients across the human resources disciplines. 

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“Diane was great. She made the content enjoyable.”

Jodi Smith, Administrative Assistant,
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