Research indicates that today's workforce wants the organization to provide opportunities for development. With the ever-increasing war for talent, organizational leadership must consider how they can invest in the development of their top talent in order to retain them. Identifying high potentials and distinguishing them from high performers can be a daunting task. Not all high performers are necessarily high potentials, those who are ready to take on leadership roles.
During this interactive presentation, participants will discover how to distinguish between high performers and high potentials, and how to develop a strategic development program to prepare them to assume critical leadership roles within the organization.
- Discover how to distinguish high performers from high potentials
- Design a strategic leadership development program tailored to the needs of high potentials
- Build a strong succession plan to retain top talent
Assistant Commissioner/Chief Learning Officer, Department of Human Resources, State of Tennessee