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Products & Services R and AS Conferences 1999 Sep 1999: Customer Relationship Management

Sep 1999 GBC Presentation: How GE Capital Plans for Future Leaders (GE Capital)

ID: GBC-P091999GCH


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PowerPoint


 

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GE Capital’s succession planning process blends the company’s decentralized corporate culture with the succession planning vision of its parent company General Electric. The succession planning process’ overall goal is to identify employees who have high potential and meet GE’s standards for results and adherence to corporate values. The succession planning process is tightly linked to GE’s corporate strategic planning process and to its operational planning. Join Dolores Wilverding as she shares GE Capital's process for identifying, developing and retaining potential leaders. Also, hear lessons learned about creating and refining the succession planning process.

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Cindy Larkin
Vice President, Learning and Organizational Effectiveness

GE Capital