Who are the top performers in your organization, and which of your colleagues has the potential to become CHRO?
Will the next graduate you hire or the next manager you promote have what it takes to lead a team, a department, or even the entire organization in a few years?
The evaluation of people’s future potential is at the heart of talent management.
Leaders must decide who has what it takes to step up and perform at the next level. In doing so, they must know how to measure potential so they don’t make the mistake of substituting potential with experience.
The SEC warns investors that “past performance is no guarantee of future performance.” This adage applies as much to people as it does to stocks.
So how do we measure potential?
In this webcast, assessment specialist Charlie Atkinson will walk you through the ins and outs of measuring potential. This is essential learning for anyone involved in hiring or promotion decisions, whether you work for a global multinational or a new startup.
Webcast attendees will learn:
The difference between performance and potential
The science behind measuring potential
How different measurement methods compare
The characteristics of potential and how to use them