The difference between high-performers and high-potentials

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The difference between high-performers and high-potentials

High-performers give immediate return on investment, with estimates averaging from more than 50% additional value, to as much as a 100% increase in productivity over average performers. i
High-potentials are typically defined as those demonstrating high-level contributions, organizational values, potential to move up to an identifiedposition within a given timeframe, and potential to assume greater responsibility. i For example, some organizations operationally define high-potential employees as those who are able to assume greater responsibilities within the next two years and who exhibit a history of high-performance and leadership potentials; also may be defined as employees who are able to advance two leadership levels within 4-8 years and who score well on various assessment criteria.iv