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Career Dialogue
Career Intelligence
Career development

Must you have a clear career vision to be a high potential?

A couple of weeks ago, I attended a seminar on Talent Review with Doris Sims Spies, represented in Europe by Ingrid De Backer. The seminar offered a ton of interesting tools and insights to make a talent review process run smoothly. One of the things Doris stressed was that managers need to have a career discussion with their employees before going into the talent review meeting, arguing that employees want to be part of the career discussion. This makes sense, of course, people want to have something to say about their careers. But, do all employees have a clear career vision to discuss in the career conversation with their managers? And what if they don’t? I found myself asking the question: “Can you be a high potential if you don’t have a clear career vision?”

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