To tell, or not to tellBy 12/02/2002|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 12/04/2002 The identification of a group of individuals with “high potential” presents an immediate dilemma for the organization: How explicit should the organization be about its attention towards a select group? On the one hand, talented managers generally know their worth — by not acknowledging their contributions the organization misses the opportunity to positively reinforce successful behaviours. On the other hand, too much focus on a select group risks alienating solid performers who are not chosen. The development of a successful communications strategy depends on leadership program goals and the culture of the organization. Here are some general guidelines: To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.