The baby-boomer generation is rapidly approaching retirement, but an alarming number of baby-boomer led firms have failed to address this reality with a formal succession plan. In this course, we will develop a framework to overcome forces that negatively influence the transition of power in small to medium-sized businesses. More specifically, we will examine: talent management practices/policies, transition management techniques, exit strategies and more!
- Review techniques for identifying future leaders
- Select/recommend employment practices that are linked to higher retention rates
- Identify strategic exit options and tailor recommendations to the target firm characteristics
David Nast is an Award-Winning Business Coach with over 25 years of experience in Executive Coaching, Leadership Development, Training, Change Management, Career Coaching, Executive Search, Talent Acquisition, and Human Resources.
David is a Certified Partner for The Predictive Index ©, as well as a Certified Business Coach, Corporate Trainer, Leadership Architect, Career Coach, Resume Writer, Interview Coach, Interview Architect, Internet Recruiter, and a Certified PI Behavioral Analyst. David is well-versed in sales, marketing, and training. He uses The Predictive Index ©, The Learning Indicator ©, SSAT- Sales Skills Assessment Tool, DISC, Leadership Architect, 360 Reviews, and EQi to inform his coaching, consulting, and training.
He has placed over 500 CEOs in his career, and as a Coach he has worked with over 800 CEOs, Business Owners, and Executives. Using proven systems and strategies, David partners with his clients and delivers his services based on their unique needs. He is passionate about inspiring others to get results.
|When:||Friday, April 28th, 2017. 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM EST
||Radnor Conference Rooms & Traning Center
150 N. Radnor Chester Rd, Radnor PA 19087
||David B. Nast
||8 Management CPE
||7 Substantive CLE
||Bill Kline Email:
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