Steve Trautman Joins AGRiP as Succession Planning Resident

  

AGRiP is happy to welcome talent risk management expert Steve Trautman as our 2020 Succession Planning Resident.Steve_Trautman_headshot.jpg

As Succession Planning Resident, Steve will help pools adequately plan for succession of key organizational leaders and transfer knowledge that’s critical to pool operations. To do this, Steve will use his experience as a talent risk management expert and his practical, data-driven ideas on knowledge transfer. 

Throughout the year, Steve will work with member pools on succession planning for their CEOs, first-tier managers and governing body members. As part of his residency, Steve will:

  • Introduce succession planning models and success metrics for pools managing staffing changes. Be sure to catch Steve in his keynote presentation at Governance Conference 2020.

  • Facilitate CEO Institute 2020, where he will help each attendee identify the areas of expertise unique to their pool’s CEO role and plan successful transfer of that knowledge.

  • Share succession tools and techniques customized for the public entity pooling environment. Pools attending CEO Institute or specialized work sessions will be able to use these resources for any positions within their organization.

  • Present a webinar on succession planning insights specifically relevant to QEI Patrons.

  • Author an issue of Intelligence, AGRiP’s thought leadership publication, on effective, practical succession planning for pools.

Steve is the principal and founder of The Steve Trautman Co. and has written three books, including Do You Have Who It Takes? Managing Talent Risk in a High-Stakes Technical Workforce.

AGRiP would like to facilitate conversations between Steve and pool leadership teams to help further customize residency materials for your specific succession needs. If you are interested in providing context based upon your pool’s experiences, let us know.

Related Resources

Access resources from previous AGRiP residencies by clicking the links below.

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