Hipo Tension

Published 24/02/2016 - 1 min Read

By Armstrong Craven Team

Talent Research Specialists

Quick Summary Learn more about why many HiPo (high potential) employees don’t stay long, and what you can do about it.

1 min Read

Less than half of high-potential employees have a high intent to stay with their employer, and the fact that they are on a HiPo programme just makes them more marketable to the external world, according to a 2013 survey carried out by the CEB.

In this VUCA-dominated world, should employers accept that leadership is a revolving door? After all, if you lose individuals on HiPo programmes to a competitor, there will also be some balancing wins.

Read the thoughts of Rachel Davis, Armstrong Craven’s COO and Practice Lead, in the online copy of theHRDIRECTOR*

*This article was first published in the January 2016 issue of theHRDIRECTOR

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