Purpose: Recognizing that changes in management are inevitable, Imperial Valley College (IVC) has established a succession plan to provide continuity in leadership and to avoid extended and costly vacancies in key positions. Succession planning is the process that organizations use to identify and prepare candidates for high-level management positions that become vacant due to retirement, resignation, or new opportunities. With a growing number of administrators and managers becoming eligible for retirement, programs like G.L.E.A.M. are essential in proactively preparing IVC’s staff to continue meeting the needs of the community.
Succession planning will assist IVC in accomplishing the following:
What if I can’t attend every monthly session?
Administration understands that everyone still has a job and a life outside of work, no one will be dropped from the program if they can’t attend all of the sessions.
How would this program help me?
This is a great opportunity to learn more about how our college works and get some firsthand knowledge from the people who lead specific areas. It will also help you understand different types of leadership and more about your own leadership style. You get to have one-on-one meetings to discuss a variety of things with an administrative mentor.
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