Succession Planning: October 21st, Steeplegate Inn
3M is consistently recognized as one of the world’s most innovative and admired companies and one of the best companies for leaders and aspiring leaders. This DVD explores 3M’s outstanding succession planning and leadership development process.
Seeing Forward: Succession Planning at 3M
Facilitator: Lisa Charnitz
Date: Tuesday October 21, 2014
Location: Steeplegate Inn
Times: Doors open at 11:00; Lunch served at 11:20; Presentation at noon.Cost: $15 for ALL GRHRA members; $30 for GUESTS
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NOTE: There is no longer a "pay at the door" option. All RSVP's must be submitted and paid for on-line with a credit card before the meeting. There are also no refunds or credits given for missed meetings.
The HR Certification Institute has approved this meeting for one hour of general recertification credit.
Join your colleagues in a hands-on learning experience. We’ll view a 20-minute SHRM Foundation video “Seeing Forward: Succession Planning at 3M and then spend the majority of our time discussing and sharing challenges and ideas to use when we walk away:
- The role of business strategy in succession planning
- How action learning stimulates development
- The five key objectives of human capital planning at 3M –Align Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities with Strategy; Identify Talent Earlier and Deeper; Leverage Talent; Drive Diversity; Balance Internal Development and Outside Hiring.
- What type of leadership development and succession planning are at work in our organizations
- Develop an action plan for a tune-up or put chalk on a blank slate for your organization
Lisa Charnitz: With over 25 years of business experience concentrated in talent management and organizational leadership, Lisa Charnitz provides services related to turning points in organizations such as strategic planning, talent development, compliance, training, health and benefit planning, performance management, systems review/development and due diligence.
Lisa holds a Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.), with an emphasis in Human Resources and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (B.B.A.), with an emphasis in management and organizations and a minor in sociology from the University of Iowa. She also holds the designation of Senior Professional in Human Resources, SPHR. Her experience spans a wide variety of industries such as local government, sales and marketing, financial, commercial construction and management consulting. Lisa enjoys tacking the needs of dynamic organizations by optimizing their outcomes during small to large turning points.
Volunteer passions have been exercised at the state and local level of SHRM in several leadership roles, as a former Board member for Community Health Care, Inc., and the Quad City Health Initiative, and as a Board member and continuing volunteer for United Way of the Quad Cities. Lisa and her husband Jim reside in Bettendorf, Iowa with their feline human whisperer, Sadie.