“Without some form of failure, there is no success.”
Kay Harriman discusses why the Hilton is the third Great Place to Work in the UK.
High potential employees are seen as almost twice as valuable to their organisations as employees (HiPos) who are not high potential.
CEB, the leading member-based advisory company, today announces new global research that reveals high-potential programmes can be improved by a factor of 11 to deliver the managers and leaders needed to drive growth and performance. Despite high-potential programmes currently failing, organisations are making an average learning and development investment approaching $2 million annually. By also investing…