Certification Management Nightmares

Certification Management Nightmares Certification management is crucial for businesses across a multitude of industries, yet the administrative upkeep is a nightmare. Unfortunately, the consequences of non-compliance are even more dangerous. Hefty fines. Government sanctions. License suspensions and revocations. Lost clients. Discontinued revenues. These are just a few of the serious consequences businesses and employees can…

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How Certification Tracking with Spreadsheets Can Shut Down Your Business

How Certification Tracking with Spreadsheets Can Shut Down Your Business What does it take for your company and your employees to remain in compliance? How many certifications does each employee need? How often must they recertify to remain in order to operate? Not knowing (or following through) on the answers to these questions costs businesses billions…

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Three Critical Components of Succession Planning

Three Critical Components of Succession Planning   At some critical point your focus needs to be on the ‘Impact of Loss’, ‘Flight Risk’ and ‘Criticality to Retain’ components of Succession Planning.  If you’re serious about achieving success through and with your best people, then knowing how strongly and seriously they ‘touch’ the organization now and into the short…

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Succession Planning: Building Your Bench Before the Trade Deadline

Succession Planning: Building Your Bench Before the Trade Deadline Presenter: David Lutes is a Succession Planning, Organizational Development, Talent Management and Training Director with 25+ years’ of international experience at a strategic and middle management operational level. He also has senior director experience in several multinational and global Fortune 100 companies. Description: Effective succession planning…

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How Executive Compensation Improves Succession Planning

How Executive Compensation Improves Succession Planning Executive Compensation packages and succession planning remain unlinked (and separately managed) in many of today’s organizations. Companies that bring the two together, however, are beginning to get some real attention, and there’s a good reason for that. It works.   Companies with more incentives tend to perform better overall, and…

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