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HBR: The Science of High Potential Identification

High Potential models are often assembled based on intuition, opinion, and anectdotes. But the research literature offers strong guidance to the personal qualities that suggest an employee has was it takes to succeed in roles of increasing scope, scale, and responsibility. In this post, Rob and his colleagues, Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Seymour Adler, synthesize and sum up what the science says.

Read the HBR bolg, The Science of Identifying High Potential Employees, here

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