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  • Special Division: Organizational Development April 23, 2015 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. with Light Dinner to Begin at 6 p.m.

Special Division: Organizational Development April 23, 2015 6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. with Light Dinner to Begin at 6 p.m.

  • 04/23/2015
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Alliant International University in Alhambra, Building B, Room B101/103

The California School of Professional Psychology

the Association for Talent Development – Los Angeles Chapter

and

OD in L.A.

present:

Succession Planning & Developing Your Next Generation Leaders

A presentation and discussion led by:

Jeremy Lurey, PhD, CEO & Chief Architect, Plus Delta Consulting, LLC.

Location: Room B101/103 @ Alliant International University in Alhambra (East of DTLA)
Date: Thursday April 23, 2015, 6:00pm - 9:00pm (6:00pm for light dinner)

RSVP and $15 Requested to Cover Expenses for Light Dinner

RSVP IS REQUESTED. PLEASE SEND YOUR RSVP TO OD@ATDLA.ORG

With 10,000 Baby Boomers reaching retirement age every day, succession planning has never been more important than in today’s multi-generational workforce. Unfortunately, there are not nearly enough GenX or Millennial leaders available to fill those shoes. In addition, those who are available often do not possess the skills or motivation needed to succeed in higher-level leadership positions. Succession planning in today’s multi-generational work environment is a whole new ballgame!

In this workshop, we will review cutting-edge strategies for succession planning and developing our next generation of leaders for higher-level roles. Throughout our conversation, we will focus on five areas:

  • 1.    NextGen motivation: When our parents were given opportunities for promotions, they immediately took them. In contrast, GenX and Millennial leaders often turn down these same opportunities when they do not align with their passions or life goals. How can succession planners assess the motivations of our next generation leaders?
  • 2.    Continued engagement:Baby Boomers are not just retiring to the golf course like previous generations have. These days, there are many ways for them to remain engaged with their organizations – on reduced schedules, as contract consultants, as mentors for future leaders. How can we include these strategies in our succession plans?
  • 3.    Internal mentoring: There’s a lot that organizations can do internally to mentor their NextGen leaders separate from formal succession planning processes. What are some success criteria and pitfalls for these mentoring programs?
  • 4.    High-level succession plan:Succession planning is not something completed overnight. It can take many months if not years to orchestrate these highly-charged and personally-sensitive leadership transitions. What are the hidden strategies behind an effective succession plan?
  • 5.    Leadership development & coaching: The foundation for succession planning is developing next-generation leaders to step up and also coaching leaders in transition to step out. What are the primary objectives for leadership development and transition coaching? What methods work best in different organizations?

(We welcome senior practitioners to add to this discussion, share your own experiences and lessons learned with succession planning, and raise other questions you may want to discuss.)

BIO:

Dr. Jeremy Lurey is the CEO and Chief Architect of Plus Delta Consulting, LLC. He works with senior executives and business leaders to improve performance and implement positive changes in their organizations. With nearly 20 years of progressive experience as a management consultant, Dr. Lurey is a seasoned consultant and trusted business advisor for clients ranging from small start-ups to Fortune 100 multi-national corporations. In addition to his role as a consultant, Dr. Lurey is a dedicated mentor and educator for emerging professionals in the field, frequently speaking to professional groups at local and international conferences and symposiums.

DIRECTIONS:

1000 South Fremont Avenue, Alhambra, CA 91803-1360

Building B1, Room 101

 

FROM DOWNTOWN

10 Fwy E towards San Bernardino

EXIT Fremont going North toward the mountains.

CROSS intersection @ Valley Blvd.

After double intersection at Mission turn RIGHT into first driveway

1000 Fremont – The Alhambra.

 

AT THE PARKING LOT

Tell guard at booth you're visiting Alliant.

 

Park in Visitor Parking. (free if you leave after 9:00pm; $3.00 before)

Walk under green awning at north end of visitor parking.

Continue up the path, pass several building entrances, and pass the ALLIANT building

B1 building is on your left after the slight incline.

Turn left up a few steps at the south end of the building.

Enter the double doorway in front of you. 

(Signs will be posted directing you)

Once inside, walk straight pass the reception desk down a hallway

turn right at the end of the hallway

the first door on your right will be Room 101/103.  

 

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ATD-Los Angeles Chapter
9852 W. Katella Ave. #187
Anaheim, CA 92804
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562-908-3020
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