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How to identify & Retain High Potential Employees (HiPo)?

EmployeeConnect

Definitions of potential vary, and some subjective assessments are certainly required when identifying a high potential employees. Employees with high potential are the rising leaders of your organisation regardless of whether they work in IT, production, sales or management. Learning agility and experience are also critical factors for successfully identifying high employee potential. The best candidates for development are those that score highly in both categories.

It’s Time to Start Thinking about Career Pathing (and Boost Engagement)

Digital HR Tech

Of course, there’s always more than one answer to a problem but today we zoom in on career pathing as part of the solution. . In this article, we’ll give a definition of career pathing, explain why it matters, and discuss a couple of common features of career pathing tools.

What Is Performance Appraisal? – Examples

EmployeeConnect

The performance appraisal definition can vary tremendously depending on the organisation and how much weight managers and executives give to the process. The generic performance appraisal definition is that the process involves the systematic evaluation of employee performance. Advanced organisations carry these evaluations further by using them to identify candidates for skills development, succession planning , cross-training and promotions.

7 Essential Factors in Managing a Workforce

HR Digest

Challenging your workplace climate with extreme pro-activism and workforce management brings good business transitions, high employee performance and secures future productivity. Career development. You must put in place a robust staff development program that will ensure a good succession plan by grooming, adding value to your staff and then advancing their careers.

Carnival of HR: Getting Ahead With Strategic HR

GuideSpark

By definition, strategic HR exists as the link between human resources management and the business objectives of an organization. Taking a different approach, Julie Winkle Giulioni considers how employees define success.

Rewards and the Uncredentialed, Disruptive Misfit

Compensation Cafe

In a more recent example, successful venture capitalist Paul Maeder discusses the important role that disciplinary outsiders, often people without formal training, play in generating innovations. Organizations that are unable to innovate and evolve will likely not survive - let alone prosper.

The C-Suite Gets an Upgrade

SAP Innovation

Yet it’s hard to say how much of a rock star leader’s success comes from know-how and how much comes from a combination of expectations, accumulated status, and access to information and tools that aren’t readily available to subordinates.

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