A Dearth of Depth

Phil Holberton

Phil Holberton

Dedicated to helping you achieve your maximum potential

Reading Time: < 1 minutes

Where have all the leaders gone? Or at the very least, where are they going? The quest for experienced and effective leadership is getting harder… and it is not only the executive search and placement companies taking notice. Companies of all sizes are increasingly finding it difficult to successfully fill their vacant Board and C-Level positions, including the all-important CEO seat. The ‘officer-ready’ talent pool is evaporating.

All the hand-wringing about managing Millennials today may have missed a more important trend; namely that the much larger size of the older Baby Boomer cohort means a much small leadership pool for companies of all sizes to draw from when the Boomers want to retire.

If you’re a Boomer, you may have to hang around until the Millennials are ready to lead or there are enough for you to finally head for the beach.

Learn a little more about the “evaporating pool of officer ready talent”.

Contact us Today
CATEGORIES: CEO, Change, Collaboration, Leadership, Organization, Retirement, Strategic Planning, Strategy, Talent Acquistion, Team Management

Set the Tone for a Successful Career

Don't let your title dictate your strategy. Rather, use these 7 steps for a smooth transition and to succeed in the most important period of your employment: your first 90 days.

As a new manager or leader, you have your work cut out for you but it's important to slow down and be strategic. Many careers get sidetracked during the first 90 to 180 days because the entry was too fast. Follow the advice in this free white paper to set the tone during your onboarding and to set yourself up for success.

Thank you for your interest! Check your inbox to confirm your subscription and receive your free white paper.