Are you a high potential?
from Harvard Business Review
Some employees are more talented than others. That’s a fact of organizational life that few executives and HR managers would dispute. The more debatable point is how to treat the people who appear to have the highest potential. Some executives say that a company’s list of high potentials—and the process for creating it—should be a closely guarded secret. After all, why dampen motivation among the roughly 95 percent of employees who aren’t on the list?
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