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Develop your high-potential talent: How do you identify, develop, and move high-potential talent within your company? Leadership | Develop Continuous disruption is defining the 21st century, from rapid advances in technology to political unrest to pandemics. For organizations, building a strong leadership bench continues to be a crucial strategy in not only surviving but thriving amid current and future disruptions. This brief is second in a series of three created to help organizations define, develop, and evolve strong, agile leaders. After defining the skills future leaders will need, organizations can begin (developing high potentials, employees at every level who are most likely to evolve into great performers and even greater leaders). Investing in high potentials takes time and planning but the payoff is worth it. "Developing your high potentials gives you a stronger leadership bench, a skilled, experienced talent pool ready to lead through uncertain times," says Steve Dobberowsky, a leadership expert and senior principal for Talent Management at Cornerstone. To effectively develop high-potential talent, Dobberowsky recommends organizations: • Define what it means to be a "high potential" • Align training with career paths • Evaluate actions and behaviors • Enable stretch assignments " Developing your high potentials gives you a stronger leadership bench, a skilled, experienced talent pool ready to lead through uncertain times." STEVE DOBBEROWSKY Senior Principal in Thought Leadership and Advisory Services, Cornerstone

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