One of our obsessions at Charter is how to achieve sustained high performance in organizations and pilot them to get stronger year after year.
Research overwhelmingly shows that a key component—at odds with downsizing fads and short-term shareholder pressures—is investing in people and their ability to do their best work.
A new book by Adam Grant, Hidden Potential, which was released this week, has specific insights and recommendations in this vein. The organizational psychologist at the Wharton School and bestselling author is attempting to shift our societal focus on prodigy and extreme talent to understand how everyone can live up to their potential.
Grant identifies three central components:
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