Most of the pitfalls in HiPo programs are not easy fixes. They often require thorough revision of the procedures and practices in place. Nevertheless, improving these programs can be incredibly beneficial to both the company and its employees. Research and experience has revealed some of the most successful ways to find, develop, and engage high-potential talent.
While technology is evolving faster than ever, it is highly unlikely that robots will ever replace humans. In the foreseeable future, people will remain at the core of the workforce. However, technological advances are transforming the workplace in other ways. We will be seeing a drop in low-skill jobs, since these can easily be automated, while the number of high-skill jobs climbs. Learn more about the effects of AI on the job market in this infographic. Continue reading
Where did it all go wrong?
There isn’t one factor that can account for the shortcomings of all HiPo programs. Nevertheless, research has been able to pinpoint the most common pitfalls. Being aware of these common missteps can help HR and talent managers create more effective HiPo programs.
You only get one chance to make a first impression, don’t let yours be unprofessional. Check out our tips to make the most out of LinkedIn. Continue reading
Most people spend more time on Facebook and Twitter, and they post more often on these sites. Facebook and Twitter might not be directly linked to your career, but they can still impact your job prospects. Check out this infographic for some Twitter tips!
Are your leaders doing enough to build culture?
There’s no culture that fits every company. An organization can be competitive and professional, or it can be laid back and slow-paced. However, a weak or inconsistent culture can give rise to an array of problems. Continue reading