OD SIG August event--Talent Benchstrength

  • Fri, August 24, 2018
  • 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM
  • National University’s Spectrum Campus, 9388 Lightwave Avenue, San Diego, CA 92123 Room# 135
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About the OD SIG:

OD SIG gatherings are informal group discussions led by a senior-level OD/talent management practitioner. The discussion leader share stories and insights about their experiences, their backgrounds, how they got started and advanced within the discipline. Discussions are highly interactive. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions. Time is allotted for small group discussions, as well.


August Topic:
Talent Benchstrength® is Key to Organizational Development

The role of the organizational development professional is to build the capabilities of the organization and to develop the effectiveness and culture of the organization.  How is it possible to achieve these goals without identifying and building the capabilities and behaviors of the organization’s internal successor candidates, who will be responsible for the future effectiveness and the culture of the organization?   As talent review meetings and corporate succession planning are becoming increasingly expected and standard procedures in many organizations, this should be a standard knowledge and skill area for the OD practitioner.

 Talent Benchstrength Planning (which includes regular talent review meetings, succession planning, talent loss mitigation and development of successor candidates) is crucial to proactively planning for future organizational success.  Just as the budgeting process is the proactive process for the future financial success of the organization, the talent review-succession process plans for the future talent success of the organization.

  1. Experience a Talent Review Role Play exercise to view a typical talent-succession discussion and best practices.
  2. Practice calibrating using Doris Spies’ Talent Benchstrength 9-Box Guide and learn from this experiential exercise how successor candidate decisions can either build or defeat organizational capabilities and culture.
  3. Practice calibrating using Doris Spies’ Talent Benchstrength 9-Box Guide and learn from this experiential exercise how successor candidate decisions can either build or defeat organizational capabilities and culture.


Discussion Leader: Doris Sims Spies

About the presenter

Doris is the author of The 30-Minute Guide to Talent and Succession Management, The Talent Review Meeting Facilitator’s Guide, Creative Onboarding Programs, and Building Tomorrow’s Talent.  Doris works with organizations of all shapes and sizes globally (North America, South America, Asia and Europe) to help them to plan, execute, and measure a talent review process and a succession strategy.  Doris Sims Spies is the Founder of Talent Benchstrength Solutions, LLC and is an HRCI Approved Provider of continuing education for Human Resource professionals.

 Doris holds an MS Degree in Human Resource Development and holds a Senior Professional in HR Certification (SPHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).  In 1996, Doris received the Outstanding Performers in Training Management award, in the category of “Establishing a New Training Function”, from Lakewood Publications, and her talent management procedures were featured in a Corporate Leadership Council best practices publication. 

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