Talent that has not yet materialized in a consolidated way but of which there is the possibility of developing.
Each employee has their own strengths and can therefore create added value for the organization. To discover it, it is necessary to answer two basic questions:
  • What do you like the most?
    What is one thing you would never stop doing? What is the first thing you do when you have free time? What can't you stop talking about? Think about it, it could be or be related to one of your natural talents.
  • What can you do?
    In addition to liking it, you have to know how to do it. What things do you like and know how to do them brilliantly?
High-potential employees are one of the most valuable assets for an organization. So much so that high-potential employees bring 91% more value to the organization than non-conc, and put in 21% more effort than their peers.
High-potential people grow fast, aspire to a higher-level role, continually train, and are key contributors to succession planning.
Companies have between 3% and 5% of people with potential. And while they demonstrate good aptitude and will be able to do much more for the organization in the long run, these people often fly under the radar.
These are some of the characteristics of high-potential people:
  • Initiative
  • Commitment
  • Aspiration
  • Hungry for knowledge
  • Search for positive and negative feedback
  • A certain dose of nonconformity and a great desire to excel


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