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5 Strategies for expanding succession planning in the public sector - state & local

Succession planning is more than just promoting the deputy director when the director retires or leaves unexpectedly. It’s about establishing competencies for every role in the agency and strategically delivering learning modules to employees so that when a vacancy opens up, you’re not panicking to find a successor; you already have a talent pool of qualified employees from which to choose. Check out some best practices for building a rock-solid succession plan that creates a flexible workforce capable of driving your mission forward:Succession planning is more than just promoting the deputy director when the director retires or leaves unexpectedly. It’s about establishing competencies for every role in the agency and strategically delivering learning modules to employees so that when a vacancy opens up, you’re not panicking to find a successor; you already have a talent pool of qualified employees from which to choose. Check out some best practices for building a rock-solid succession plan that creates a flexible workforce capable of driving your mission forward:

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