Identifying High Potentials in your team and highlighting them - AIMS International Switzerland's Newspoint
High Potential programs & Catherine Librandi appointed EMEA Head of Talent Management
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Here is our newest edition of the Newspoint, showcasing HiPo programs with 2 articles written by Catherine Librandi, our newly appointed EMEA Head Talent Management. We hope you will like it!
HiPo (High Potential) programs: discover the winning formula
According to a study published in the Harvard Business Review, more than 40% of participants in High Potential Development programs may not have been suitable. The reasons for this mismatch were an overemphasis on technical and professional expertise, results, and cultural fit, compared to the weight given to strategic vision and leadership skills or the ability of participants to motivate their teams.
In order to ensure an ongoing talent optimisation, companies need to solve an equation with 3 unknowns: people, time, and place, the winning formula for companies being to always have the right person, at the right time, in the right place.
Our High Potential development program in 7 points
Benefits clients and employees
In this article, we describe the method to allow you to implement effective High Potential Identification and Development Programs (as well as, using the same methodology, Leadership Development Programs).
Catherine holds a Master's Degree in Psychology and is an ICF-certified Coach.
After joining AIMS in 2010, she quickly developed new assessment methodologies and the global standard for AIMS, training our consultants worldwide. She has also been involved in a number of HR projects for our Swiss and international clients, including the definition of values and competency models, performance management, executive coaching, etc.
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