How to get managers to develop high-potential employees

04/24/2012 | Harvard Business Review online

Managers often are uncomfortable singling out and coaching high-potential workers because they would rather treat all workers the same, Ron Ashkenas writes. Senior leaders can help managers overcome these misgivings by requiring them to mentor at least one of their direct reports, he writes.

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