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Disengaged Stars

This article accompanies Holding On to Your Flight Risks.

Friday, September 16, 2011
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In The Disengaged Star study, the Corporate Executive Board finds that many companies don't know how to identify and develop top talent or distinguish between high-potential employees vs. high performers.

Among the study's findings:

* Relative to the broader workforce, high-potential employees are almost twice as valuable and three times more likely to succeed as future leaders of the organization.

* CHROs believe hi-pos are 91 percent more valuable to the organization than average employees.

* Hi-pos also contribute disproportionately to the organization?s future leadership pipeline. They have a 75-percent chance of succeeding at more senior, critical roles, compared to only 25 percent for high performers lacking high potential.

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* One in five CHROs is most concerned about retaining hi-pos, and an equal number is worried about employees with critical skills.

See the executive summary here.

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