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Spotting Talent Can Be Trickier Than You Think

Talent management has long been an important practice in organizations to ensure the right talent make their way into the right roles in line with the overall business strategy. Whilst important and impactful, talent management is not easy to manage

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Passion – A New High-Potential Axis

The 9-Box Grid Matrix has helped organizations categorize and visualize talents in an objective and orderly manner allowing talent identification to be done quicker. Plotting employee's against this matrix allows organizations to quickly see where t

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Stretchability – The New Must-Have HiPo Trait

High Potential Employees, or simply HiPos, are often called an organisation’s diamonds in the rough. This is because whilst high performing employees are easy to spot, HiPos need to be searched for. But once discovered and taken care of correctly, b

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How to Retain High Potential Employees?

High Potential employees or simply called HiPo's bring great value to their organization. However, this rare group of potential leaders is hard to find and even harder to retain without the right processes in place. Surprisingly, many companies inve

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High Performers vs High Potentials

Pareto’s Indication of High PotentialsHigh Potential Employees, or simply HiPos, are often called an organization's diamonds in the rough. This is because whilst high performing employees are easy to spot, HiPos need to be searched for. But once

Peek into The New Lens of Succession Planning

Peek into The New Lens of Succession Planning

Insights on Succession Planning from our recent Lunch and Learn SessionHaving worked with several clients over the last few years to successfully build their talent pipeline, the feedback and questions from HR teams as well as industry best prac

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3 Ways to Avoid Promoting The Wrong Person

Written By AshWhy don’t we make the best sports players the managers? Why don’t the smartest thinkers become the teachers? Why don’t the highest performing salesperson become the sales manager? To avoid falling trap to The Peter Principle.