The ICMA Coaching Program will hold a free webinar on Thursday, November 17th, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m., ET on “Succession Planning & Knowledge Transfer.”
Advance registration required for this no-charge webinar.
- What challenges do local governments face in succession planning?
- What are effective strategies to attract, prepare, and retain needed future talent?
- What insights and experiences can you gain from best practices in knowledge transfer?
- What resources are available to support you?
* Frank Benest, Senior Advisor for next Generation Initiatives, ICMA
* April Lynch, City Manager, Ferndale, MI
* Sally Sherman, Deputy County Administrative Officer, Flagler County, FL
Audience: managers at all levels
- Register for the Webinar:
There is no charge for participating in the webinars, but each requires advance registration.
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- Connect with the webinar and audio:
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- Ask questions:
You may submit questions anonymously via email to ICMACoaching@donmaruska.com in advance or via the webinar during the panel discussion. As moderator for the session, Don Maruska will pose the questions.
- Presenters’ presentation materials: We post these with the Agenda at “Agendas & Archives” tab of http://icma.org/coachingwebinars. The PPT will be available 24 hours before the webinar.
After a webinar occurs, a digital recording along with a PDF of the presentation materials and results of the polling questions will be available after 24 hours at the “Agendas & Archives” tab of http://icma.org/coachingwebinars.
Post-Webinar Group Discussions:
Many agencies are organizing groups to participate in the webinars (live or recorded) and discuss the topics among themselves after the webinars. Some are summarizing their discussions and distributing them to managers throughout their organizations. Use the Coaching Program as an effective way to enhance professional development in your agency. Here are some discussion starters for this session.
- What challenges are most pressing for managers in our agency?
- What strategies and tactics sound promising to help us thrive?
- What resources would we like to explore further?
MORE RESOURCES–See http://icma.org/coaching for valuable resources to boost your career. There are new videos and downloadable materials for 1-1 Coaching and Talent Development. Sign up for the complimentary email list at http://icma.org/coachinglist to keep informed of the details for future ICMA Coaching Program sessions and other resources.
The ICMA Coaching Program is available without charge through the generosity of Platinum Sponsor ICMA-RC, Gold Sponsors ICMA and Cal-ICMA, and the 25 ICMA State Association Coaching Partners California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and Wisconsin.