Identifying and Nurturing

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Chanticleer Scholarship Financial Support For Public Garden professionals To improve their leadership skills

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Two Core Components: Academic Experience Travel to meet with other leaders

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Some details 3 - 5 years work experience in Public Horticulture required Collaboration, not a grant Modest dollar amounts 24 Scholars since 2008

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Application Details Apply July 1 or November 1 Describe proposed training and intent Budget Resume Supervisor’s statement

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Chanticleer Scholarship Apply July 1 and November 1 Propose training and budget Show Institutional Involvement Resume

Identifying and Nurturing the Rising Stars in Your Organization American Public Garden Association: 

Identifying and Nurturing the Rising Stars in Your Organization American Public Garden Association May 23, 2013 Sophia Siskel

Process: 

Process Work in Progress Summer 2012: Identification of need by Audit Committee of the Board Fall 2012: Identification of need by the Personnel and Compensation Committee of the Board CEO worked with Senior Staff and Board liaison (who is VP, HR at a Fortune-500 company) February 2013: Report made to the Board Committee Report and plan will be shared with Senior Staff

We Focused on Two Types of Succession: 

We Focused on Two Types of Succession Contingency Succession—person to assume responsibilities, even temporarily, in case of emergency Purposeful Succession

Very Tactical First Step Color Coding: 

Very Tactical First Step Color Coding Green=Immediate Successor Identified Yellow=Developing leader Red=Risk exists for internal succession

Example of Contingency Succession Planning: 

Example of Contingency Succession Planning

Example of Purposeful Succession Planning—with Action Steps: 

Example of Purposeful Succession Planning—with Action Steps

Next Steps at the Chicago Botanic Garden #1: 

Next Steps at the Chicago Botanic Garden #1 General Garden training sessions, distinct from professional development, will be offered to managers and supervisors in 2013-2014 Individual plans for professional development will be created in 2013-2014 Review plan with Vice President, HR Report to Senior Staff post-APGA Accept Board Liaison offer to get pro-bono assistance from outside consultant Communicate plan to Management Council These are different tracks of development

Professional Development Next steps #2— Build individual plans for “the yellows” : 

Professional Development Next steps #2— Build individual plans for “the yellows” Tell people that they are doing a great job and we want to invest in them Focus plan development on both Technical Skills and Job-related Competencies Give public speaking and “exposure” opportunities All-staff meetings Management Council Retreats Board Meetings Invite to luncheons or galas, at our institutions or elsewhere Involve in Strategic Planning Writing articles for magazine Applying for fellowships APGA attendance Designate mentors, in addition to supervisors, when appropriate Focus mentors on either technical skills or job-related competencies, as appropriate, or on other areas of personal growth Create intergenerational opportunities What we can do: Hire HR staff that can be a good sounding board Be ourselves (in my case mom, board chair, woman), as well as the leader Not be afraid to talk about touchy subjects—physical appearance, table manners, grammar. We all know that these factor into a promotion to the Director/CEO position Realize that they will not, most likely, do as good a job as we would do—we need to let go of that concern, and focus on the opportunities we are providing “a society grows great when old men plant trees whose shade they know they will never sit in”

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