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Succession Planning: Identify and Leverage Meaningful Employee Experiences

  • Tuesday, October 09, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Carnival Cruise Lines Conference Center, 3655 NW 87 Avenue, Doral FL 33178

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Succession Planning: Identify and Leverage Meaningful Employee Experiences  

“You won’t learn from experience if you don’t experience the learning.”

A key part of effective succession planning is the ability of individuals to learn from their experiences. However, even the best leaders can miss the lesson from experiences that were intended to accelerate their development.

In this presentation, you will learn how to use The Experience Model, which was developed through 15 years of research.  This simple but powerful tool can equip high-potential talent to learn more from their experiences. 

By developing your ability to facilitate learning from experience, you can play a key role in improving the effectiveness of your succession management efforts.  You will also have a chance to use The Experience Model to think differently about your own developmental work experiences.

Learning Objectives
  • Explore why succession planning often doesn’t yield the desired results
  • Re-think the process to develop the leadership talent you need
  • Identify the drivers of development in any work experience
  • Discuss how to engage your top talent as owners of their own development

Presenter: Mark Kizilos, President, Experience-Based Development Associates, LLC

Dr. Kizilos is the founder and President of Experience-Based Development Associates, LLC (EBDA) and the creator of the FrameBreaking Experience Model. EBDA provides consulting, workshops and coaching support to organizations seeking to accelerate the development of top talent leaders and aspiring leaders.

Prior to forming EBDA, Mark served for four years as the Assistant Dean of Executive Education at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.  In this capacity he oversaw the school’s corporate learning and development programs and led a team of professionals that created world class development experiences for executives at top companies. 

Prior to joining the Carlson School, Mark was Vice President of Talent Management and the Corporate University for Thomson Reuters, where he led the corporation’s global processes for conducting talent reviews, succession planning, leadership development, and performance management.

Mark has also spent a large portion of his career as a consultant to leading corporations, including Delta Air Lines, PepsiCo, Royal Bank of Canada, Target, and WellPoint.


 
 

 


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