Succession Planning: Transferring Knowledge from Baby Boomers to Millennials and Everyone In-Between!

  • 21 Apr 2016
  • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • AXA, 8501 IBM Drive, Suite 150, Charlotte, NC 28262
  • 3

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  • Please join us as a guest for an evening of stimulating thought, good food and professional company. Let us introduce you to our group and share why we would love for you to be a part of it!
  • Day of Learning attendees can register for one event in 2016 for free using the code printed on the Day of Learning name badge.
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Pam Bauer President,  Strategic Resource Connection; Brittany Watson Director-Human Resources, Atkins 

In today's highly competitive global environment, human capital is an organization's most important asset, often differentiating highly successful businesses from those that struggle. Yet, in the ongoing effort to develop a strong and capable workforce, many organizations focus almost entirely on hiring and training. They neglect succession planning--perhaps the most essential ingredient in building the talent required to meet the organization’s strategic goals.

In this interactive workshop session, you will learn how to follow the ADDIE for succession planning:

  • Analyze talent gaps and talent pools
  • Design succession plan
  • Develop talent through coaching, action learning, shadowing, etc.
  • Implement plan, including recruitment and retention strategies 
  • Evaluate success of plan by tracking selection, leader feedback and assessing response to changing needs

Join Pam Bauer, President Strategic Resource Connection (a baby boomer) and Brittany Watson, Director of Human Resources, Atkins (a millennial) in a dynamic opportunity to learn how your organization can use succession planning to achieve results and align business goals with human capital needs!

Pam Bauer is the President of The Strategic Resource Connection, a company committed to "Creating Passion, Power and Purpose!" Pam is a powerful, magnetic, transformational trainer, speaker, coach, designer and developer. She has partnered with numerous Fortune 500 companies to help achieve winning sales results, diversity interventions, management development training and coached Presidents and Vice-Presidents of Fortune 500 companies. Here in the Carolinas, she has worked with Carolinas Health Care, National Gypsum, Duke Energy, Lowes, The Shaw Group, Bojangles, The City of Charlotte, Coca-Cola, AXA-Equitable, Wells Fargo and many others.

Pam started as an Associate Manager – Learning Technology with the Bell System in 1984, then Training Manager at Coca-Cola, and VP at Right Management. She then transitioned to the role of Executive Vice President before starting her own company.

Pam was selected by Dr. Roosevelt Thomas (the founder of the diversity movement) to develop training for his company, the American Institute for Managing Diversity, conduct cultural audits and implement diversity strategies. She was also selected – from 197 different vendors - to develop and facilitate supervisory, management and diversity training for AT&T throughout North America. She developed a comprehensive online succession planning system for Cadbury Schweppes and is currently working with three different organizations to develop their succession planning systems.

Brittany Watson, is the Human Resources Director for Atkins, one of the world's most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. Brittany has over 8 years’ experience in HR and is certified as a PHR and SHRM-CP and is an active member of the Charlotte Area SHRM chapter. She has experience in the areas of succession planning, employee relations, training, recruiting and strategic planning. Brittany attended East Tennessee State University and holds a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology.


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