Mitigating bias during the identification of high potentials is key, given the value and importance of our DE&I goals.
Equal Opportunity. Everybody endorses it by now. Certainly, most managers, leaders and executives of sizable enterprises endorse it. We are all striving toward Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I). It’s a winning strategy. It benefits everyone. Here is one disruptive twist in the DE&I conversation: If you believe in Equal Opportunity, you have to apply differential treatment! That’s right, you HAVE TO treat people differently.
Competencies have been a useful means to make sense of jobs for decades. However, they also have created fatigue impacting effectiveness.