Help me handle the exits of senior managers well
- MITIGATING RISKS What Happens When CEOs Leave? Xavier, Stephen // MWorld;Winter2008/2009, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p44
The article reports on the strategies that will help business enterprises prevent the risks associated with the resignation of chief executive officers (CEOs). These include boards taking responsibility in carrying out succession planning, developing the skills of employees to fill vacant...
- IHG's brand focus leads to change. Adams, Bruce // Hotel & Motel Management;10/18/2004, Vol. 219 Issue 18, p1
This article reports on the impact of the departure of Richard North as chief executive and as director of InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) PLC. North will step down from his position by mutual agreement. During his tenure, IHG expanded its brands. North also delivered on the companies...
- Degrees of separation. Tortola, Jane Olszeski // Progressive Grocer;10/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 14, p10
Offers suggestions for supermarket owners on succession planning after the resignation of a manager. Impact of the resignation on the business; Action to be taken to avoid possible pitfalls of the resignation; Factors to consider in finding a replacement.
- Companies must prepare for sudden departures. Bettelley, Clare // Finance Week (Centaur Communications);10/12/2005, p17
Focuses on the factors to consider in the implementation of a well-structured succession plan among financial companies. Need for additional disclosure about directors' resignations; Importance of timing of the announcement for departure of executives; Identification of internal applicants in...
- Is this the end? Clarke, Robyn D. // Black Enterprise;Jul99, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p61
Offers ways on how executives should handle the resignation of employees. Significance of discipline; Importance of learning the reasons for resignation; How to handle an employee who wants to return to work.
- When an Executive Quits on the Job. Golightly, Henry O. // Business Horizons;Apr78, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p14
Investigates the impact of executive resignation on the management performance of a company. Consideration on executive compensation plans; Implications of on-the-job retirement; Determination of market conditions to meet competitive challenges.
- UK WORKERS LACK FAITH IN BOSSES' LEADERSHIP SKILLS. // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;2015 3rd Quarter, p8
The article reports on a study conducted by executive coaching company Zone2 on resignation of workers in Great Britain due to lack of leadership skills in their boss and presents the views of Robin Kermode, founder of Zone2, on failure of leaders in encouraging confidence in employees.
- Chief executive heads will roll. Millar, Michael // Personnel Today;8/22/2006, p12
This article presents a discussion on how a company can avoid being dazzled when a chief executive officer suddenly leaves his job. A recent survey shows that in 2005, 15.3% of chief executives at the world's largest 2,500 public companies left the job. The number was 70% higher than 10 years...
- The Right Way to Off-Board a Departing Employee. Knight, Rebecca // Harvard Business Review Digital Articles;1/15/2016, p2
The article offers tips on overseeing the transition and retaining the expertise of a valuable but departing employee, including making a knowledge transfer plan, encouraging the employee to share his knowledge, and creating apprenticeships in order for replacements to learn new skills.