Succession Planning:
Strategies for Leveraging a Multigenerational Workforce
Recorded on March 5, 2015

With nearly 10,000 Baby Boomers reaching retirement age each day, you must have a strong succession plan in place in order to keep your organization moving forward.



Your organization likely employs multiple generations of employees, from Boomers to Millennials. With such diversity, how can you find and coach your next generation of leaders? Which of their widely varying skills and motivations should be developed to have the biggest bottom-line impact on your association’s future?

Plus, there’s your board: how can you get buy-in for a new and dynamic approach to succession planning? Here’s how to find the best answers.

Purchase Succession Planning: Strategies for Leveraging a Multigenerational Workforce. In this webinar, two succession planning experts join an outgoing association CEO and his successor to show you how to use dynamic new succession planning to help your own organization adapt to rapidly shifting trends in the workplace.

In addition to learning the crucial elements of a “nextGen” succession plan, you’ll be shown an actual case study that shares real-world implementation lessons learned from the Global Cold Chain Alliance.

Purchase now for a step-by-step guide to developing an 18-month succession plan for your organization. You’ll learn how to:

  • Leverage employee skills and motivations that vary by age group
  • Assess which next-generation potentials will have the most valuable bottom-line impact
  • Create an effective multigenerational leadership program
  • Apply the most effective tools for coaching the next generation of leaders
  • Engage your board members and guide them through transition


Meet Your Training Team

Jeremy S. Lurey, PhD, CEO & Chief Architect, Plus Delta Consulting – Dr. Lurey is a talented executive coach and organizational change specialist who partners with his clients to improve performance and produce better business results. With nearly 20 years of progressive experience as a management consultant, he has supported clients ranging from small start-up organizations to Fortune 100 multi-national corporations, including numerous not-for-profit and government agencies. Honored as a Top “40 Under 40” executive of the year by The M&A Advisor, Dr. Lurey has particular expertise in leadership development, succession management, change management, process improvement, and strategic planning.

Shira Harrington, President, Purposeful Hire – Ms. Harrington founded Purposeful Hire to pursue her life’s passion: helping people and businesses connect for their mutual benefit and work towards the future they deserve. The hiring / job search process is stressful and emotional for most people, so she focuses on creating a positive hiring experience for the company and the candidate—no matter which one she works for at the time.

Corey Rosenbusch, President and CEO, Global Cold Chain Alliance – Mr. Rosenbusch has served GCCA for the past seven years as Vice President, overseeing government affairs, international programs, and membership services. Before joining the association, he served as the director of a Texas A&M University cold chain development project in Indonesia. He holds a Masters of Education in international development from Harvard University, and a Bachelors of Science degree in Agricultural Education from Texas A&M University.


Who Will Benefit

This webinar is of value to personnel in all associations and nonprofits involved with succession planning, including:

  • Association CEOs, CFOs, and COOs
  • Association Directors of Human Resources
  • Association/Nonprofit Board Members

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