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Succession Planning a Practical Approach – Royal Mail

This succession planning case study with Helena Platt from Royal Mail explores the talent strategy at the organisation and provides HR professionals with helpful questions to consider when identifying future successors. Includes:

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  • key questions when identifying successors
  • assessing potential versus performance, and more.

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