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Its Succession Planning Not the NFL Draft Results

It’s Succession Planning, not the NFL Draft Results

It’s Succession Planning, not the NFL Draft Results Not having a succession plan is risky, and 92% of organizations recognize the plight of foregoing one. Despite the proven success of succession plans at leading Fortune 500 companies, such as McDonalds and LL Bean, a recent study by The Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University and The Institute of Executive Development (IED) revealed …

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Can I Get a Big Mac With a Side of Succession Planning?

Can I Get a Big Mac With a Side of Succession Planning? Management Monday: Managing Succession Planning McDonalds may not be the business to ask about healthy eating habits, but they do know something about succession planning. They have come to understand the costs and mayhem that are repercussions of losing key roles in the …

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X Men Style Leadership & Strategic Planning

X Men Style Leadership & Strategic Planning Life is full of surprises and unexpected challenges. Business is also full of unpredictable circumstances. However, the negative impact of unforeseeable situations is greatly minimized when a plan is in place to deal with the problem. A great example of a strategic planner is Professor Xavier from X Men (loved …

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Leadership Effectiveness: Strategic Planning

Leadership Effectiveness: Strategic Planning In this month’s Center for Work Life vlog, Dr. Farnaz Namin explains the main components of strategic planning in correlation to leadership effectiveness. Importance of a Strategic Plan: Clarifies the purpose of the business Strengthens a company’s competitive advantage Gives focus and direction to leaders and employees Helps staff understand organizational strategy Provides direction …

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Emerging Leaders: Official Leadership Style Guide

Emerging Leaders: Official Leadership Style Guide Welcome to the Emerging Leaders Blog series. Center for Work Life put on thinking caps to determine a method for reaching out and assisting leaders in the local Orlando community. The Emerging Leaders blog series based on the Spony Profiling Model (SPM) was the result. Not only did the series assist notable female …

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Emerging Leaders: The Facilitator, Cori Powers

Emerging Leaders: The Facilitator, Cori Powers Recognizing Leadership Style: Center for Work Life was honored to ask Cori Powers, Marketing Director at The Health Law Firm, some questions about her leadership qualities. She answered an array of questions in different categories, but agreement, enthusiasm, loyal, practical and ethical were terms with which she seemed to …

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Emerging Leaders: The Moderator, Sandi Vidal

Emerging Leaders: The Moderator, Sandi Vidal Recognizing Leadership Style: Center for Work Life was honored to ask Sandi Vidal, the Executive Director of Christian HELP and the Central Florida Employment Council, some questions about her leadership qualities. She answered an array of questions in different categories, but diplomatic, decisive and a neutralizer (peace keeper) were terms with which …

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Emerging Leaders: The Pioneer, Karla Head

Emerging Leaders: The Pioneer, Karla Head Recognizing Leadership Style: Welcome to the Emerging Leaders Blog series. Center for Work Life put on thinking caps to determine a method for reaching out and assisting leaders in the local Orlando community. The Emerging Leaders blog series based on the SPM (Spony Profiling Model) is the result. Not only has …

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