Create a culture where everyone wants to be "high potential"

04/20/2010 | Compensation Cafe blog

Companies should be careful not to focus excessively on "high performers" because it could leave other talented workers feeling neglected, Laura Schroeder writes. "If you narrow your hi-po strategy to a few rarified leadership roles, you're missing an opportunity to develop the entire organization," she writes.

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