Succession planning that works for women

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The purpose of this event is to facilitate a community of practice within our NAWO network for our inclusion influencers, those who are responsible, at the organisational level for I&D change. I&D professionals, Inclusion Influencer Graduates or any leader having direct responsibility for implementation are welcome to attend.

We welcome registrations from graduates from the NAWO Inclusion Influencers Program, Inclusions and Diversity professionals, and other leaders specifically responsible at an organisational level for I&D outcomes.

Date
10.11.2021
Time
1 PM - 3 PM (AEDT)
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Zoom Meeting

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Predictions by McKinsey & Company and others are that it will take more than 100 years at the current pace of change to achieve gender parity in the C-Suite. Succession planning is like a sport’s drafting and trading process. You look across the organisation and identify crucial skills, knowledge and behaviour that will be needed in the future, and consider how to get those skills or impart them to up-and-comers. This form of planning helps organisations prepare for demographic change and talent scarcity. It also identifies skills gaps and training needs, and boosts morale and retention by investing in employees…

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