How to Grow Your High Potentials

      It’s one thing to identify a high potential employee on your team.

      It’s another thing to keep that person engaged!

      Coaching Wan: A High Potential Success Story

      Wan is a high performer in his Business Unit which is part of a large international engineering firm. From the time he started with the organization he proved to be a fast learner and embraced taking on more responsibility with bigger, more ...

      Coaching Kara: A High Potential Success Story

      Kara was a high potential employee who was a strong performer in the past. Suddenly, her performance was declining. The HR Business Partner felt that Kara was getting close to leaving the organization and that’s when she contacted us to seek...

      How to Attract and Retain High Potential Employees

      Let’s face facts. High-potential employees are the future of any organization.

      In the present, they are the star performers who drive business results and bring new ideas to the table.

      In the future, they will be the ones to lead your...

      Do Your Key Leaders Have Growth Opportunities?

      For many organizations, this time of year includes career discussions with employees. This can range from “What’s your next role?” to “Where do you want to be in three to five years?” 

      How To Identify Your High Potentials

      In some organizations September and October are kind of like the beginning of a school semester. All the new recruits have come in, perhaps fresh from College and University. They are bright and eager and ready to show what they can do.

      As a...

      3 Easy Questions to Connect with High-Potential Employees

      Yesterday, I met with the President of an international construction company.  We were discussing his desire to provide better mentorship to some high-potential young leaders in the company and yet he was challenged with the scarcity of time he...

      How transparency can improve retention of Millennials & Gen Z

      One of the most urgent issues for many organizations is the retention of younger employees, who are needed to fill the leadership gaps left by retiring Baby Boomers.

      Identifying High Potential Employees

      The demographics of today’s workforce present several unique challenges for organizations. Not only are tens of thousands of baby boomers retiring every day, but the younger employees that should be taking up crucial leadership roles are notoriously...

      How leadership development programs help organizations attract and retain high potential employees

      High-potential employees are, plainly speaking, the future of any organization. In the present, they are the star performers who drive business results and bring new ideas to the table. In the future, they will be the ones to lead your organization...