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Developing and Retaining Your High Potentials

Topic:
Developing and Retaining Your High Potentials
Date:
December 14, 2012 at 12:00 - 1:00 PM ET
Presenters:
Evan Glassett, GPHR, Leadership Coach/Talent Development Professional(Private)
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Description
Developing Your Corporate High Potentials

Talent development isn’t new. High Potential development isn’t new. So why is it important for us to continue to update our skills and our knowledge about High Potential Development? It’s important because the field of High Potentials is changing. No longer are High Potentials at the lower level or middle manager level of the company. In many cases they are the new hire that comes fresh from college or from another job and they are ready to groom, prepare and promote but they need that experience, mentoring and opportunity in order to get to that next level.

You can see them a mile away. They shine when they perform! When they make a mistake, they own it! They take the challenge when its issued, and they grab the bull by the horns when it presents itself. They are focused on the finish line but are naturally looking for opportunities to help those around them to succeed by building stronger relationships, teams and players.
How do they do it and what do we need to do to get the most out of them? What are the signs that you need to recognize so that you prepare them for what lies ahead? How do we keep them from learning from us and then leaving the company so that someone else will benefit from the skills they obtained working with us?

Come learn how to develop and retain your next High Potential and make them part of your success!
Who Should Participate
HR Talent Development Managers, Leadership Development Specialist. Line Managers who want to recognize and develop their top players
What You Will Learn
Please join us as we will be covering the following:
  1. What Motivates a High Potential and how do you recognize it?
  2. How to prepare and develop the young High Potential to be the developer of others
  3. What will engage them and keep them working for you and your company?
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Coaching Corporate MVP's Challenging and Developing High-Potential Employees Margaret Butteriss ISBN 978-0-470-15312-3
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