You know the drill. There are high-performing individuals moving up the ranks. You’ve had the succession planning meeting; they have huge potential. Now comes the hard part: You need to figure out how to continue to develop these people over time. Not only that, but you need to get managers on-board and committed to their employees’ future.
Last week during the L&D Hangout I had a candid conversation with Jeff Kristick, president of Meridian, and Kris Dunn, CHRO of Kinetix and founder of Fistful of Talent about:
- How to create individual development plans (IDPs) for high-performing individuals, and why the form isn’t necessarily the most important part
- Why it’s important to get managers not only involved in creating unique pans, but communicating its benefits to employees, and
- Real-life examples of successful and not-so-successful development paths
Jeff and Kris dropped some serious knowledge on learning and development! Check out the recording below.