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SUCCESSION PLANNING For Long-Term Success

  • Tuesday, April 09, 2013
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Sheraton, La Jolla
  • 339

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  • Guest of corporate member, up to 3 per corporate member.
  • Guest of corporate member, up to 3 per corporate member.
  • Corporate account holder registering for themselves AND their guest (up to 3 per corporate account per meeting)
  • Early Bird Member Price
  • Late pricing for members
  • Late pricing for non-member & guests being registered by a member. (Guests of a member can be registered on the next page)
  • Early Bird pricing for non-members and guests being registered by a member. (Guests can be registered by members on the next page)

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This months event is Sponsored by

 
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It is often said that people are a company’s most valuable asset, yet many companies struggle to successfully develop their ‘assets’ in a way that supports individual and company growth.

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn succession best practices from a leading employer of choice. WD-40 places a great deal of value in creating an environment that helps people be there best, as reflected in their approach to succession planning.   At this session you will learn:

  1. The three principles of talent development, the necessary ingredient to succession.
  2. WD-40 Company’s approach to succession planning.
  3. How to increase objectivity in assessing talent.


 Stan Sewitch, VP of Global Organization Development for WD-40 Company, is an entrepreneur and business psychologist.  In his nearly 40 year career he has gone from salmon processing plant superintendent to HR director to integrated circuit manufacturing manager to biopesticide quality assurance manager to founder of four companies to his current role with WD-40 Company.  Stan has a Master’s in Organizational Psychology, writes a weekly business column for the San Diego Daily Transcript called “Notes from the Corporate Underground” and volunteers strategic planning assistance to non-profits in the region.  He’s a bassist in the alternative rock band “RHINO”, teaches martial arts at the Kenpo Institute and serves as a director for several companies in San Diego.

The Mission of SDHR Forum is to develop business leaders  with strategic and innovative practices.

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Monthly Meeting Location
The Farmer and the Seahorse
10996 Torreyana Road
San Diego, CA 92121

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