High Potential Development

An HCI Topic

High-potential talent can help secure your long-term talent planning and ensure a strong leadership pipeline. These people are the future leaders of your company, and by using targeted development and succession planning techniques, you can tap into their aspirations to lead big changes and transform markets. Learn about the many ways you can mold these high-potential leaders, capitalizing on their high performance to achieve crucial business goals.

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Featured in High Potential Development:

Webcast

LEADing with Heart: Building Leaders for our Future

Webcast | Presented By: Katherine Neverdousky | Webcast Airs: June 15, 2016

LEAD was designed to accomplish the following goals for the organization around development and advancement of top talent, foster and support the culture of learning and to accelerate the performance across the organization. By improving the performance of these Executive Directors, we improve strategic execution and the likelihood of strategic success.

Webcast

Leadership Due Diligence: Putting L&D in the M&A Game

Webcast | Presented By: J. Keith Dunbar | Webcast Airs: June 7, 2016

There is a lack of awareness about the critical importance of human capital issues within the complicated transition period during the M&A due diligence and integration phases. Learn what can be done to allow human capital to assume a more important position in shaping M&As, reducing M&A risk, and assuring deal success.

Blog

The Business Value of Diversity and Inclusion

Blog | Author: Sue Lam | Source: HCI | Published: May 12, 2016

Most businesses intuitively know that diversity matters and by now, the importance of diversity has been quantified. For example, a McKinsey study found that gender diverse organizations are 15% more likely to financially outperform those in the bottom quartile whereas ethnically diverse companies are 35% more likely to do so. But what is considered diversity? Is it one’s ethnicity, gender, sexual preference, age, veteran status, or their way of thinking? Or is it a combination of factors?

Blog

Maximizing Good Motives with an Ethical and Supportive Culture

Blog | Author: Yuval Dvir | Source: HCI | Published: March 28, 2016

Peter Drucker is credited with coining the phrase “culture eats strategy for breakfast”, referring to the importance of organizational culture for the success of a company. And since culture is derived from the leadership and employees, the assumption is that getting the best talent can ensure you create the best working culture for your business.

Now, what is that phrase regarding assumptions?

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