My experience assessing talent within companies typically shows that high-performing, high-potential talent often makes up a small percentage of most organization’s total workforce, typically 10 – 15%. That observation has been confirmed in a global research study on workforce productivity conducted by Bain & Company....Read More >
Tag Archives: High Potentials
Making a Difference: Intentional Development in Action
The ultimate leadership development investment not only increases the capacity and capability of leaders but also provides a return to the organization in terms of meaningful results. We just completed a project with a client that achieved both. The Situation: A mature and growing business wanted...Read More >
GPA, Experience & Test Scores are Worthless Hiring Criteria
I was interested to read a quote from Google’s Sr. V. P. of People Operations, Laszlo Bock, in which he stated that, ““G.P.A.’s are worthless as a criteria for hiring, and test scores are worthless . . . We found that they don’t predict anything.” ...Read More >
Are You Ready for the Silver Tsunami?
The raft of baby boomers set to retire is astounding at some companies. I had a client that has been in existence for decades that recently experienced the largest per capita retirement in their history – many in leadership and executive roles. Add to this...Read More >