Event Date: July 20th 1:00PM ET
Next Steps in Talent Management is a free webinar series from Illumiti HCM that examines the confluence between human resources, technology, and the evolving modern workplace. Combining thought leadership and cutting-edge advances with easy-to-implement solutions, Next Steps in Talent Management shines a light on the issues, opportunities, and challenges affecting today’s HR professionals.
Succession planning is becoming a critical need for many organizations. Due to economic and workplace changes, two generations of professionals are now reaching retirement—and companies are already scrambling to fill critical skill and knowledge vacancies. This challenge will only grow in coming years. As simple “promote from within” strategies fail to meet growing needs and recruitment challenges mount, HR professionals need to respond.
In this webinar, we will discuss how to create a comprehensive succession plan for key roles that meets the unique needs of modern organizations and the realities of today’s workforce. We look at how to correctly identify business-critical roles throughout the organization, how to mitigate the risk of these upcoming vacancies, and create and implement learning and development plans that will proactively work to meet business needs in advance of the incumbents’ departures. We also put a special spotlight on how to excite and encourage Millennial professionals to grow into key roles rather than moving on to another organization.
About the Presenter: Rebecca Murray is a managing partner at Illumiti HCM Inc. She is an experienced HCM consultant who helps clients across the world implement sustainable global workforce development strategies. As a partner at Illumiti HCM, she specializes in the design and integration of HRIS and talent management solutions to help companies develop, optimize, and maintain high-performing work forces. Combining her specialized knowledge with her love for teaching and learning, Murray speaks widely on her experience with global HRIS implementations at conferences and trade shows around the world and teaches Employee Central Classes at the SAP Academy.