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Three Development Tools the C-Suite Respects--Session 2- 5 Year Look

Lubar School of Business
Webinar Series- Hosted via Zoom
Thursday, Oct 14, 2021 at 8:00 AM (CT)

Session 2 of the 3-Part Series: Three Development Tools the C-Suite Respects 

Designed to support the learning and development and/or group responsible for talent planning within an organization, the three part series will help you learn how to frame key concepts and paybacks of your plan through the use of three simple, tested tools for communicating quickly with executives.  

Session 2 - The Milwaukee Model of Manager Development (Thursday, October 14, 2021 - 8:00-9:00)

The Key question we will answer:  How many managers will you need in five years?

Statistics show that fewer than 10% of organizations follow their strategic plan, if they have one at all.  Without the ability to understand where an organization is going, there is little for Human Resources professionals have to go on regarding long term staffing and management needs.  This session provides the opportunity to learn tools and skills to be able to navigate this uncertainty to be able to understand what your labor force of the future may look like.

In this session you will:

Learn to:

Understand the tool to assess staffing trends in your organization.
Learn and practice techniques to reduce circular conversations about growth and changing needs

The Center for Management Terms and Practices and the sessions- please visit

UWM Executive Programs- please visit

For Assistance with registration:

Nathan Bares
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