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intention & purpose
Innovative Employer Roundtable Meeting
October 9-10, 2013
The Brown Hotel
ROUNDTABLE PARTNERS: Access the full meeting website with attendee materials HERE.
Wednesday, October 9th
Thursday, October 10th
center for creative leadership
Engaged in both facilitation and research, Michael's work has focused on such topics as talent management, succession management, high potential leaders, as well as senior executive leadership. He is co-creator of CCL's Talent Sustainability Framework as well as CCL assessment tools the Talent Orchestrator and the Talent Accelerator. Through research, design, and facilitation Michael has worked with and supported clients representing manufacturing, retail, and professional services organizations. He has designed and trained workshops on coaching effectiveness and executive selection. Michael has conducted several webinars for CCL's Leading Effectively Webinar Series, and has co-designed experiential modules, tools, and activities for CCL programs.about the keynote session
In this session, Michael Campbell, through his work at the Center for Creative Leadership, will share insights from best practice organizations on proactively aligning individual development and advancement with organizational needs to fill key positions. Partners will walk away from this session with a clear idea about their current state and desired future state of succession management, ideas and practices for using succession management as a continuous process, and learn about the most critical differentiator in effective succession management. Every organization does succession management; the question is whether it happens by default or by design.
In this session, CCL’s Michael Campbell builds on his session on succession management by looking at the people inside the leadership pipeline, and the three things every senior leader should now about high potential talent. Partners will learn about the impact of high potential identification, how to develop the commitment and engagement of these individuals, and the importance of having a conversation with this group of talent before it is necessary or too late.