The term ‘high potential’ is common parlance when organisations refer to their top talent and yet it can cause significant challenges when it comes to identifying those who fall into this category. This can be for a variety of reasons such as confusion between the meaning of ‘potential’ when compared to terms such as ‘performance’ and ‘readiness’ and also being able to answer the question ‘potential for what?’
In the attached white paper, DDI outlines how to overcome 5 key problems that frequently arise when ascertaining high potential performers and in the process, provides a robust and reliable roadmap for talent management teams to follow.
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