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20NTC Session Proposal

Future-Proof Your Organization: Succession Planning in the Skills Economy

Submitted by: Ash Shepherd |


According to Bersin by Deloitte, only 33% of millennials believe their organizations are using their skills well, and 42% say they are likely to leave because they are not learning fast enough. Developing new knowledge, new skills, and new abilities is critical to future-proofing your nonprofit’s evolving talent needs. Additionally, assessing the abilities of your talent is essential to understanding the profiles of your employees and ensuring the right role is filled with the right ability.

Whether employees need development or have mastered success, understanding the skill profile of your talent is critical to future-proof organizational growth and innovation.

Learning Outcomes

  • Methods to assess the skills and abilities of your talent to ensuring the right role is filled with the right employee
  • Ways to incorporate development, skills assessments and succession planning into employee performance conversations
  • How to create now the nonprofit culture you want to be then


Jeremy Spake

Principal, Thought Leadership and Advisory Services

Cornerstone OnDemand

Jeremy’s experience ranges both as a business leader and consultant in compensation, mergers & acquisitions, workforce analytics, and strategic planning.  At Cornerstone, Jeremy develops compensation strategies to advise clients on how to drive theory into practice. Areas of focus have included change initiatives in compensation planning; short & long-term incentive plan design; continuous performance management and succession planning.

Jeremy has also served on the following boards:
Positive Impact Health Centers
Oglethorpe University
AID Gwinnett
Forever Family
SPARK! Reproductive Justice Now

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March 15, 2019


10:30am – 11:45am

CFRE Credits

NFR - 1.25

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