Cracking the Code to High Potentials
Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM EST
Literally thousands of books, articles, and research papers have been written on the topic of identifying and developing ‘high potential’ employees. Considering this weight of research, “pet theories” abound, with as many different ideas on how and what to do as there are HR leaders in different organizations. In this webcast, Dr. Henryk Krajewski, a recognized leader in both the research and practice of talent assessment and development, will share a unifying view of what matters most in selecting – and keeping – the best talent.
Dr. Krajewski will distinguish what matters from what doesn’t, dispel popular myths about talent, and help you focus in on winning strategies that will help you attract and retain “differentiated” talent. We’ve come a long way in the HR field in the last 30 years, but “some things never change.” Join us for this provocative, but practical discussion of how to combine research both old and new, with talent management technology to identify, engage, develop…and keep high potential leaders.
You’ll gain insights into:
- Workforce and economic data underscoring the Talent Shortage problem.
- The not-so-obvious distinction between high performers and high potentials and how best to measure each.
- A large scale global research report: what is important to high potentials.
- The very “Best Principles” that can engage your talent…all the way from the 1970s!
- How talent management technology can drive and support HiPo assessment, identification, development and engagement efforts at every turn.
The Anderson Leadership Group
Dr. Henryk Krajewski is an expert in the psychometric assessment of leadership talent. He serves as a consultant, facilitator and leadership coach to senior teams and CEOs in public, private and not-for-profit firms in North America, Europe and Australia. Henryk assists boards and executive management teams build sustainable stakeholder value by focusing on intangibles like leadership team effectiveness, decision making, risk management, culture, strategy, and talent management system alignment.
A sought after expert, Henryk shares his thought leadership and provocative views on podiums and at leading institutions interested in the application of behavioural science to leadership challenges.
Henryk remains active in research and has published in peer-reviewed industry journals such as Leadership Quarterly, Journal of Business Psychology, and Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.
Henryk holds a PhD in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Western University and is an organizing member of Mensa™ International.
VP, Communication and Brand Advocacy
Connie works closely with smart thinkers in human resources to share the latest best practices in talent management and how our solutions support them.
Connie holds a B.A. with honors in Political Science from McMaster University. Her past leadership positions include posts at Cognos, an IBM company, and Spotwave Wireless.