Webinar | 70:20:10 Leadership Strategies presented by The Chicago School
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When: Tuesday, September 10
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Where: United States
Contact: Chicago SHRM Headquarters
(312) 368-0188

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70:20:10 Leadership Strategies




Succession planning and retention sounds daunting…Where do you start? How do you plan?  These two topics continue to be at the top of every executive and HR leader’s annual strategic plan.  Important aspects of succession planning include understanding leadership behaviors, culture, and preparing internal talent for future leadership roles.


At the end of the program, participants will:

  • Describe how to prepare internal talent to be equipped for leadership roles
  • Identify behavioral influences that create a culture with insight to harness a new way of thinking.
  • Discover how to enhance the desired outcomes of Executives Leaders and HR Professionals.

Malcolm Fraser Ph.D., Founder and Principal Consultant of Leadership ROI 

Malcolm Fraser is the Founder and Principal Consultant of Leadership ROI, a consulting organization dedicated to helping companies grow the talent their future requires.  He is also an Adjunct professor at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Organizational Leadership / Business Psychology Department, where he has taught courses on succession planning, career management, leadership skills, and organizational culture. He began his career at Allstate insurance, where he designed courses and began his experience as a leadership trainer. Malcolm then spent 14 years at Motorola University, where he led development of a performance management system later adopted throughout the company. In the past 15 years, Malcolm has gained experience in a variety of OD and Learning roles across multiple industries, including professional services, manufacturing, and health care services.  These roles included a growing focus on talent management and leadership development.  Malcolm is known for his collaborative and relationship-focused style, which allows him to quickly establish relations with executives and leaders at all levels.