"Tools and interactive feedback are always appreciated. You provided some great tools to help us in our succession planning, specifically, how to document and support our aspiring leaders."
Director of Education
"The evaluation forms will be very helpful. I can't see changing them. I have two employees I think will be able to take my place when I retire. I have been grooming them, but now have a better means of evaluating them."
RCD of greater San Diego County
"The level of participation was excellent! We feel more equipped to take off with our own succession planning initiative."
Organizational Development Officer
"It brought home the proactive need to identify, develop, and engage talent people within the Public Service sphere, especially in light of the impending exodus of retirees. It helped me realize that succession planning is critical to our continued success. The challenge now is to start!"
Senior Team Lead
"Additional resources were good and the presenters kept all the participants connected by asking questions and acknowledging our contribution. It gave me a starting point to present this information to senior management to get us moving."
"With a better understanding of how to go about succession planning, I am more valuable to my firm."
Director of Human Resource Management
Government of Saint Lucia
"It reinforced our strategy of developing depth of fields in all departments. We are very technical in our operations and it takes a while to get up to speed."
Kopp Glass, Inc.
If you’re unsure where to begin with your succesion planning, or are looking for a fresh approach to speed up the process, this one hour, interactive webinar can help. A Dale Carnegie consultant will help you write your succession plan using Dale Carnegie’s simple, effective, and time-tested methodology.
Numerous live sessions offered each month -- register for the time that works best for you.
1-Hour virtual instructor-led sessions utilizing chat, whiteboard tools and polling
Fast-paced interactive exchange of timely skills and "How-to's"
"When dealing with people, let us remember we are not dealing with creatures of logic. We are dealing with creatures of emotion."
― Dale Carnegie, How to Win Friends and Influence People