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    Modern Day Succession Planning

    Date: June 14, 2017, 11:15am – 1:30pm
    Lariat Steakhouse
    2232 W Glen Ave
    Peoria, IL 61614
    $25 - $40
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    Modern Day Succession Planning

    1.5 SHRM PDC's & 1.5 HRCI Credits 

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    Succession Planning if often thought about when there is an immediate senior staffing need. Sometimes, it is a part of a strategic plan; which does not get implemented. Either way, if you wait until there is an immediate need, it is too late to start the process. This program looks at succession planning from two perspectives – the company needs and the employee needs.

    In modern times, it is not enough to review succession planning on an annual or bi-annual basis. Rather, this needs to be a structured process which becomes ingrained in the culture of a company and reviewed at least quarterly, if not more frequently, to meet current and future talent needs. This system looks to the future needs of the organization and not the current.

    While the organization is structuring its process, the employee has his/her obligations and responsibilities as well. In order to meet the current and future needs of the company and workforce, the employee needs to own their own development process, assisted by the company, to accelerate their learning and growth experiences. Using this process, the employee is more likely to meet the company where and then they are most needed.

    Speaker Bio: 

    Rob Burn formed L & L Solutions to provide custom solutions to organizational challenges.  He believes solutions are best customized to the company and challenge at hand.   Rob specializes in helping companies utilize their Human Resource capabilities to solve complex problems in a practical manner.

    Rob is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP). through the Society for Human Resource Management. He has over 25 years of experience in management and human resources from the service and industrial sectors.  He earned his Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Robert Morris University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Illinois State University. 

    2017 Meeting Fees

    • $25.00 Heart of Illinois HR Council Member
    • $25.00 First Time Guest
    • $40.00 Non-Member
    • $25.00 Student                                                 

    1.5 SHRM PDC's & 1.5 HRCI Credits