|Recorded: Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Length: Approximately 60 minutes
Optimize Role Fit & Growth Trajectory—hire top talent and keep them! Learn
Leadership Potential Equation™ works as an integral part of leader selection
development and how to use the process to evaluate a candidate’s current role fit,
where and when to move key talent for peak performance in the organization over time.
Join us for a dynamic look at the Leadership Potential Equation™ (LPE™)—a
cutting-edge, scientifically-validated assessment process that reveals whether a candidate is
ready for a specific Role now, plus what the candidate’s success potential is for different Role
Levels in the future.
During the webinar, award-winning Organizational Psychologist and Leadership Consultant Dr. Henry L. (Dick) Thompson explains the ins-and-outs of how the LPE™ analyzes Innate Abilities (cognitive ability, emotional intelligence and motivation) not revealed by Learned Competencies (resumes, references and current performance) and why you need both pieces to accurately predict a candidate’s true potential for job success. Dr. Thompson will also explain how the LPE™ identifies Growth Trajectory—a measure that shows which Role Levels a candidate has the ability to advance to and approximately when the candidate will reach each Level—and why this is so critical to retaining top talent.
By attending this webinar, you will learn how using the LPE™ assessment process can help your organization to validate and enhance:
- Talent Identification,
- Leadership Development,
- Succession Planning,
- Talent Management Metrics and more!
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