William J. Rothwell, Ph.D., SPHR, SHRM-SCP, RODC, CPLP Fellow is President of Rothwell & Associates, Inc. & Rothwell & Associates, LLC. His consulting focuses on succession planning and talent management. He is also a Professor at Penn State University, University Park, where he teaches graduate courses in Organization Development and Change.
Before becoming a professor 28 years ago, he had nearly 20 years of full-time human resource management experience in government and in business. He has consulted on succession planning with corporations, small businesses, family businesses, charities, and Federal, State and local government agencies. He has traveled to China 83 times and has consulted on succession on nearly every continent. Among his 127 published books are these, which are relevant to this webinar: The essential HR guide for small businesses and startups; Optimizing talent in the federal workforce; Building a talent development structure without borders; Effective succession planning: Ensuring leadership continuity and building talent from within; The leader’s daily role in talent management: Maximizing results, engagement and retention; Career planning and succession management: Developing your organization’s talent for today and tomorrow; The competency toolkit; Talent management: A step-by-action-oriented guide based on best practice; Becoming an effective mentoring leader: Proven strategies for building excellence in your organization; Working longer: New strategies for managing, training, and retaining older employees; Invaluable knowledge: Securing your company’s technical expertise-Recruiting and retaining top talent, transferring technical knowledge, engaging high performers; The manager’s guide to maximizing employee potential; and Cases in government succession planning: Action-oriented strategies for public-sector human capital management, workforce planning, succession planning, and talent management.
Sep 22nd 2022
A lot of information was covered, but this topic requires such. The handouts are fabulous referral documents and will be used to create an updated Code of Conduct.
Jul 28th 2022
A good overview given the time that was allotted. Very helpful to have the reference materials - the slides and the glossary. Good session.
Aug 2nd 2022
Jam packed session with great information. Extended session or broken up into 2 parts to allow more in-depth discussion would be great!
Jul 28th 2022
This was an excellent course and the presenters did a wonderful job of delivering the information in a clear and concise manner.
Feb 4th 2022
This was a very good course. The material was very good, and the presenter did a good job. Very relevant.