It’s Not About the Boxes: The 9-box Grid and What Really Matters | The Talent Strategy Group

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Many organizations conduct talent reviews to uncover talent gaps, identify high-potential employees, and inform succession planning. And as noted in this new article by Marc Effron, organizations continue to grapple with what tool they should use to guide talent review discussions, including the classic 9-box of performance and potential. Marc notes that when asked what …

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Three Resources for Enabling Your Company’s Talent Review Process | The Talent Strategy Group

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As many firms get ready to conduct talent reviews in their organizations, these three resources by The Talent Strategy Group and Marc Effron can help leaders prepare. 1) Potential After the Pandemic addresses the question: should we change how we define and measure potential to align with the changing nature of work and the workplace? The short answer is …

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Potential After the Pandemic | The Talent Strategy Group

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As we approach the two-year mark of the Covid-19 pandemic, organizations continue to evaluate and adjust workforce and talent practices to better align with the changing nature of work and workplace. And while much attention has been given to changes in talent and workplace practices such as performance management, retention, and recruitment, firms are increasingly …

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Top 15 HR and Talent Articles: 2020 Year-End Round-Up

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As we close out 2020 and get ready for the new year, I wanted to recap the top articles that I have posted and shared over the past few months. These top fifteen articles (there are actually 21 since I reference a few bonus articles) are in no particular order, but they do represent those …

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Six Steps to Great Talent Reviews | The Talent Strategy Group

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As many organizations continue to evaluate and adjust their talent practices to reflect new organizational realities, one area that has gained attention during this time is the talent review process. For many organizations, the pandemic has underscored the importance of understanding the skills, career aspirations, and potential of its talent, and then using this information …

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Redrawing Your Succession Plans in a World Disrupted by COVID-19 | Gallup

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Many HR practitioners continue to help their organizations rebuild and prepare for a return to regular business. As part of this work, HR functions have been evaluating and making changes to their talent processes. One such process is succession planning (SP). Despite SP’s importance to an organization’s long term success, the pandemic may lead organizations …

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How to Avoid Talent Gaps with Data-Driven Succession Planning | Visier

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During the coronavirus crisis, many organizations became acutely aware of how the ability to manage talent risks and gaps is a vital talent capability. This realization has placed a greater priority on using data to effectively manage talent and make talent decisions. This article provides examples of how data can be used through three common …

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PepsiCo’s Formula for Leadership Potential |ATD

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The identification and development of high-potential (HiPos) employees have been a long-standing pursuit of many organizations and talent management professionals. However, this pursuit is an elusive one that presents several challenging questions to answer, such as what is potential, how do we measure it, and how do we develop it? In this article, Allan Church and Sergio …

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Shifting from Leadership Potential to Developmental Readiness | BetterUp

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Last week I made a post about the limitations of the 9 Box talent assessment and how in my opinion it: 1) adds more complexity without value: only a few boxes are actually used in practice, 2) raters still struggle to differentiate between performance and potential in spite of definitions, 3) there is an emphasis …

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