Strategies for Succession Planning and Talent Management | Community Bank
Topic: Strategic Planning
Audience: Community Banks
Format: 90 Minute Webinar or 2-Hour Workshop
Every company, regardless of industry, is trying to figure out how to attract and retain the right talent. Organizations are also striving to achieve their goals and fulfill their vision described in their strategic plan. But how do you achieve all—attracting and retaining talent while achieving your objectives and fulfilling your vision? Marcia Malzahn shares how community bank succession planning fits into your talent management program. She also gives you strategies and ideas on how to integrate your talent management program with your community bank’s strategic plan.
In this training session you will learn strategies to avoid losing your top talent, and how to establish a simple yet successful talent management program, which in turn integrates into your strategic plan. You will walk away with strategies and tactics you can implement in your institution immediately.
- Learn about the key components of a strong talent management program
- How to conduct a talent assessment in your community bank
- A step by step process of how to integrate your talent management program into your strategic plan
- Strategies on how to retain your top talent and attract the right talent
- The importance of community bank succession planning and how to get started at all levels
Who Should Attend
Human Resources personnel including HR Directors, managers, supervisors, senior leadership of any organization.
Why You Should Attend
To obtain a better understanding of the critical building blocks of a successful talent management program. As a result of having a complete talent management program, succession planning is much easier and identifying key personnel for promotion is far less stressful. Learn more about the different ways you can identify talent in the organization and retain that talent over the long term.
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