The global pandemic has changed the very nature of work. We have been forced to accelerate our adoption of new technologies and escalate new types of work and working relationships. As a result, we are facing myriad challenges including how to engage and empower leaders and teams in new and different ways. We strongly believe leaders have an unprecedented window of opportunity to shape what ultimately becomes the Future of Work.
We invite you to join TLD Group’s expert faculty for our five-part learning series focused on the leadership capabilities needed to encompass the changes in work, the workforce, and the workplace. As a result of attending the series, participants will learn key strategies and have access to custom-designed application tools to assist them in Creating Meaning, Focusing on Results, Developing Diverse Talent, and Supporting Collaboration for their teams and organizations.
For a one-time registration fee of $49, participants will have access to the recorded sessions as well as post session tools and support. This five-part series is available On-Demand.
We’re approaching a new “war for talent” as companies reimagine what the future of work requires. In our new reality, meaningful succession planning is the competitive differentiator. In contrast to what succession planning used to look like in many organizations, today’s best practice organizations go far beyond the simple “replacement inventory charts.” To truly add value, succession planning has to focus on what it will take to be successful tomorrow, not just today. And we know tomorrow’s success criteria may be quite different from what has typically been required. This means being clear about specifically what needs to happen to ensure that successors are actually ready to step up when the time comes. No matter where your organization is starting from, this session can help you move your succession planning practices to the next level--even if you have nothing in place today.
• To understand how to position succession planning for competitive advantage
• To identify differentiators between “value-added” and “not so much value-added" succession planning
• To understand the “best fit” practical tools for your organization
Kathy F. Bernhard is a senior consultant with TLD Group, an accomplished executive coach, facilitator and former senior HR executive with 30+ years of experience spanning industries including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, as well as non-profits. Kathy’s areas of expertise include executive coaching and assessment, the design, development and delivery of senior-level leadership development programs, organization development, succession planning and mentoring.