"High potentials" should stay proactive

11/8/2013 | Glass Hammer blog, The

If your company has labeled you a "high potential," you should start working on soft skills such as networking and leadership so you will be ready for a promotion if it comes along, Gabrielle Rapke Hoffman writes. Even high potentials must be vigilant about developing a career plan, seeking opportunities and filling skills gaps, she writes.

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