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Succession Planning: It's Easier Than You Think

It’s no secret that organizations need succession plans to ensure seamless operational continuity after key employees leave. Baby-boomers have already begun to retire in droves, while younger employees are not afraid to change jobs and do so more frequently. Yet succession planning is often a low priority. Why? Margie Hamner will share practical wisdom to manage the risks and optimize the outcomes.

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Summary

Presenter: Margie Hamner
In this session, you will learn:
  • The 5 key components of succession planning
  • How to rate and prioritize your succession plan
  • How to get started with your succession planning

imageMargie Hamner is an experienced and respected human resources professional, trainer and leadership coach with over 25 years of experience in non-profit, private and local government agencies. During her career she held various positions including Human Resources and Organizational Development Manager for Prince William County Service Authority where she managed the training and development program, Senior HR Specialist for the American Federation for State, County and Government Employees focusing on recruitment and HR Specialist for the BNA Bloomberg concentrating on training and employee relations. Mrs.Hamner proudly provides her keen attention to detail, unique talents and genuine care to her clients in order to “make a difference.” She strives to bring clarity, communication and confidence to her clients through one-on-one coaching, group coaching and innovative training programs. She has a bachelor degree from American University, a coaching certification (ACC) from the International Coach Federation (ICF) and a Certified Performance and Learning Professional (CPLP) certification from the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Mrs. Hamner also serves as an adjunct instructor for the College of Southern Maryland and the Public Utilities & Waterworks Management Institute.

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