There are two ways to get ahead in the world of work. One, strike out on your own as an entrepreneur and create your own million dollar company. Or two, successively rise through the ranks in an established organization. Both are viable options, but if your career objective is to climb the corporate ladder, then you need to get recognized as a high-potential employee, or HiPo.
Seven ways to become worthy of high-potential employee status
If rising to the top at your place of employment and getting recognized as a high-potential employee is something you aspire to, then my latest column in Canadian Accountant lays out seven actions you need to take right now in order to become worthy of HiPo status. Read Looking to rise in the ranks? Here are 7 things you need to do now.
I would love to hear your thoughts on this topic of what it takes to be recognized as a high-potential employee. Does it even matter? What has been your experience? Good or bad, I’m interested. Share your thoughts either here or on the Canadian Accountant website.