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Planning for Succession
March 10, 2014
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm EST
Event Information: As senior managers leave the Tribal workforce, their vast knowledge doesn’t have to leave with them. Learn how succession plans can help ensure the knowledge of operations, culture, and other aspects are passed on to employees and minimize the risk of service interruption.
Detailed Event Information:
Explore creative ways to develop succession plans. As senior managers leave the Tribal workforce, their vast knowledge doesn’t have to leave with them, prepare for succession and help ensure the knowledge of Tribal operations, culture, and other aspects are passed on to remaining employees. Don’t wait until their replacements enter the workforce to start the exchange of information, start developing programs now. Learn about different approaches to accomplish this important task.
• Plan for succession by developing mentoring or shadowing programs;
• Learn how to recruit/identify replacements;
• Develop a future workforce by interacting with the youth;
• Develop partnerships with local schools, colleges, universities, and volunteer initiatives.
Speaker Name: Dawna Hare
Dawna Hare has over 30 years of experience, including serving as Executive Director and Director of Personnel/Enrollment/Communications in Tribal government. Her experience ranges from the private sector management of a car rental company to conducting a tobacco prevention study among Tribal youth. She began her professional career with an urban Indian program, the American Indian Training & Employment Program in Oklahoma City. Served as Executive Director of Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma from July 1995 to September 2013 and is currently an independent contractor developing and conducting training for the Native Learning Center and Falmouth Institute.