Korn Ferry's experts and a guest from Telstra, Australia's largest Telco, will be sharing disruptive ideas to transform your organisation’s approach to succession management.

Succession management is not easy in today's world of unknowns. But getting it right is mission critical. So how can organisations build a succession plan that works now, in the future, and that keeps pace with the continually changing world of work?

Join this webinar to:

  • Compare your organisation’s current succession practices with best-in-class approaches and see how they rate on Korn Ferry’s ‘Succession Management Continuum’.
  • Explore how top organisations are reshaping their talent management processes to prepare for this age of continual disruption.
  • Discover best practices to transform your organisation’s approach to succession management.
Complete the form to reserve your place in our webinar on 23 October. If you are unable to attend, we’ll send you a link to the recording and slides.


PRESENTERS

ILENE GOCHMAN, PH.D
Senior Client Partner, Global Head of Assessment and Succession Solutions, Korn Ferry

For over 25 years, Ilene has been helping executives and organisations improve their business effectiveness. She has extensive experience designing human capital strategies that support the execution of business strategies. Ilene's work in CEO and Executive Succession includes developing role profiles aligned with business strategies, assessing leaders against these profiles, coaching and developing executives, and working with boards and executives to create sustainable succession processes.

Anita Wingrove
Senior Client Partner and Director of Assessment and Succession practice, Australasia, Korn Ferry

Anita has worked directly with CEOs, CEO successors and top teams for over two decades across Asia. She also advises organisations on broader leadership development and talent development initiative and strategies.


Julian Clarke
Group Owner Next Generation People Practices, Telstra

Julian is the Head of Next Generation People Practices for Telstra. He works in HR because he is passionate about enabling people and organisations to be their best. He believes that the key to this is great leadership and having the right workplace culture. He loves working with businesses to achieve this – and so deliver great outcomes for customers, employees and shareholders.

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