Even before the pandemic, CEO turnover was at a record high level. And post-crisis, C-Suite churn promises to spike even higher as companies quickly pivot to new directions. And it’s not just CEOs that may change – CFOs, COOs, and every other member of your C-Suite will be in turmoil.
The reality is that most companies aren’t prepared for that kind of churn at the top. In fact, 20 percent of public companies have no succession plan at all, nor do a third of privately owned companies.
Among those that do have succession plans, many have only prepared for a single expected scenario, such as a planned retirement, but have no plan for unforeseen risk or rapid, unexpected change.
Join us on June 11 at 11:00 am as Matt Paese* shows you how to get started on your C-Suite succession plan so that you’re building a strong bench for the future, no matter what happens next. You’ll learn how to:
- Start scenario planning for the future
- Follow best practices to create your C-Suite succession plan and avoid common pitfalls
Identify the best method for collecting the data your organization and Board will need