Identifying High-Potential Talent in the Workplace

Identifying High-Potential Talent in the Workplace

In today’s economic environment, identifying and attracting high-potential employees can give employers an edge on their competition and set up their organizations for future success. iStock_000020454142XSmallbusiness dress - Copy

  • Employee Evaluations which includes getting to know your employees goals personally. What would their dream job be?
  • Employee Surveys
  • Job Shadowing
  • Mentoring
  • DISC Assessments
  • Training on site and off

There is contention about the terms ‘talent’ and ‘potential’. These terms create emotive responses from normally rational people. The organisation could fall foul of legislation, confuse, de-motivate and at worst lose people if there is a lack of clarity about what the organisation means when it refers to ‘talent’ or ‘potential’. Whilst there can be little argument that most people have potential, when managing talent you need to be able to differentiate between people on the basis of that potential. The aim is to identify, retain and nurture them.

Do you employees know that value proposition of your company? When an employee knows and sees that value the company brings to their life you then can create a Rising Star.

“ The true worth of a man is to be measured by the objects he pursues. ”— Marcus Aurelius Antoninus

At Laser Focus Company we with work with our clients to identify new talent and build a foundation for succession planning. Call us today for more information.

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