This video outlines the qualities that high potentials look for in organizations. The characteristics of companies that high potentials find attractive include a strong reputation in the market, a compelling vision and mission, strong culture and values, growth and development opportunities, and great leaders. This video discusses approaches and strategies for companies to differentiate themselves to make them more attractive to high potentials. Strategies are presented for each of the qualities discussed in the previous video on what makes a difference to high potentials.
- What high potentials look for in a company…may surprise you.…Sure, they look for the basics:…competitive salary, great benefits,…and a strong reputation in the market.…But what they really look for goes beyond the basics.…Bottom line, high potentials are looking for…strong culture and values,…a compelling vision and mission,…growth and development opportunities,…and great leadership.…First, high potentials want to join a company…whose culture and values are compelling to them.…
Think about how you would describe your culture.…Would you say innovative, collaborative, driven?…When people walk in the door, do they think,…"Wow, I can tell that this is a great place to work."…It doesn't mean you have to offer free lunch…or have a foosball table.…But think about the vibe of the office.…Are people engaged, excited, and happy?…To highlight your culture to high potentials,…make sure your website and social media reference it.…Be prepared to explain how your culture make you unique.…
Ask interviewers to talk about what they enjoy most…
- Summarize techniques to create interest in a high-potential candidate during an employment interview.
- Review the components of a quality onboarding process.
- Identify the steps involved in succession planning.
- Explain development modalities used with high-potentials.
- Recognize types of feedback received during a retention conversation.