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Succession starts from within

As an employer looking to fill a role, whether newly created or recently vacated, it is critical that you look within your existing teams. From Beatrice Bartlay, entrepreneur, author and business & life performance coach.

Article by: Beatrice Bartlay | Published: 23 August 2017

Succession Planning: The New Rules

Succession planning used to be relatively straightforward. Traditionally, large companies would use a structured approach to identify potential internal replacements to be prepared for the day when a senior manager would retire, hopefully ensuring a smooth succession and the least possible disruption to business as usual.

Article by: Lisa McGuinness | Published: 10 August 2017

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The regeneration game

Think succession and you instantly associate it with maintaining the quality of future senior leadership, ensuring it is ready to operate in a volatile and difficult marketplace. But now the onus is on a growing need to focus on a wide range of critical, non-leadership and specialist roles. There is a real and understandable fear of losing valuable knowledge and intellectual capital and a necessity for organisations to change their approach.

Article by: | Published: 19 October 2016

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The abolition of the DRA and current economic uncertainty is creating an increasingly multi-generational workforce, but what impact is this ... View Article

Article by: | Published: 31 October 2013

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Dead men’s/women’s shoes

Good succession theory needs to translate into positive action from the highest level if it is going to reap rewards.

Article by: | Published: 10 January 2013