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Are You Succession Planning or Managing Succession?

  • 20 Nov 2014
  • 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • COSI, 333 W. Broad Street


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Does your organization utilize succession planning to manage and retain key talent?  

Succession planning is a great exercise, however, it is only half the battle. Planning by itself puts names in boxes and helps execs sleep better at night - but, it doesn't create real bench strength. In this session, participants will learn best practices for succession planning and will gain insights into making succession planning a living, breathing process that protects your organization from leadership gaps. Participants will also learn how to assess succession success by focusing on key talent pipeline metrics. 

Join Christopher Sena, Vice President of Human Resources for Cardinal Health's Hospital Sales and Service organization as he shares best practices, lessons learned and useful insights you can put into practice to build a successful succession plan for your organization.

Chris Sena is an HR executive with proven success driving business results through implementing "outside in" HR strategy, generating creative HR solutions, driving employee engagement, creating healthy and inclusive cultures and attracting and developing talent. Chris joined Cardinal Health in February 2009 as Senior Director, Human Resources for the Nuclear Pharmacy Services business unit. In 2010, Chris was promoted to Vice President, Human Resources and was responsible for leading HR and training teams, setting and executing HR strategy, and creating an "employer of choice" culture.  Prior to joining Cardinal Health, Chris spent nearly 10 years leading HR centers of excellence such as training, talent management, organization development and talent management.

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