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Part 2 of 3: The Five-Year Look

Thursday, October 14, 2021 (8:00 AM - 9:00 AM) (CDT)

Description

The C-Suite question:  How many managers will we need in five years?

Fewer than 10% of organizations have a strategic plan they actually follow.  How then can they make a long-term forecast of their need for managers?  

The Five-Year Look is 1-page tool for giving the development plan shape and focus.  You don't need a confusion session about "vision."  

This is #2 in our 3-part series:  "3 Manager Development Tools the C-Suite Respects.  Each session answers a question the CEO will ask:

  1. What manager development programs guarantee a return?
  2. How many managers will we need in five years?
  3. How can we manage a talent pipeline when everything changes all the time?

Each of these 3 segments has these elements:

  1. Introduce the small cohort
  2. Define terms and learn the framework
  3. Play with the tool
  4. Discuss three tough questions
  5. Brainstorm the C-Suite presentations

Objective:  This tool lets you short-circuit the circular conversations about growth and changing needs.  It becomes the inspiring "Why" of your plan.

Light prep:  Review current strategic plan for the big long-term changes.  Revisit staffing projections, if any.

In collaboration with the Lubar School of Business Executive Programs and supported by Madison's chapter of the Association of Talent Development:


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Event Contact
Derrick Van Mell
(608) 260-9300
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Thursday, October 14, 2021 (8:00 AM - 9:00 AM) (CDT)


Part of a 3-part series:  "3 Manager Development Tools the C-Suite Respects"

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