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How can I identify the future stars and leaders?

Just as we find that the best technician does not necessarily make the best manager, the converse can be true, as well. You may have a good, “B” employee who could be a great leader! Think about sports: The best Managers and Coaches were almost never the best players. The identification begins with a study of each leadership position: what characteristics, skills and behaviors are most likely to lead to success? Then we compare middle managers’ past reviews, traits and propensities with the requirements, using tests and interviews. Finally, we design a custom plan, including mentoring and frequent feedback, which prepares the “high-potentials” for the jobs of the future.

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