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tomorrow. Leadership is the most consequential force in human
affairs; consequently, when choosing leaders, it can be folly
to play it by ear. Fortunately, there is well-established science
- with good theories and valid tools - for predicting future
work-related behaviors, so we don't need to wait for groundbreaking advancements or discoveries in the field. HR needs
only to apply some of this existing science to reap its benefits.
Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is the CEO of Hogan Assessments, a
professor of business psychology at University College London and
at Columbia University, and an associate at Harvard's Entrepreneurial Finance Lab. His latest book is The Talent Delusion: Why Data, Not
Intuition, Is the Key to Unlocking Human Potential. He can be reached
on Twitter: @drtcp or at www.drtomascp.com.
Robert Hogan is the president of Hogan Assessment Systems, formerly professor of Psychology and Social Relations at Johns Hopkins
University, editor of Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,
and author of over 300 scholarly articles, chapters, and books. He
can be reached at www.hoganassessments.com.
Derek Lusk is a business psychologist and member of the leadership and succession practice at Russell Reynolds Associates, where
he specializes in executive selection and team development, identifying high potentials, and culture change. His recent publications
include journal articles and contributions to the Harvard Business
Review. He can be reached at Derek.lusk@russellreynolds.com.

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1

From The Executive Editor
From The Guest Editors
Perspectives
So You Want to Be a High-Potential?
How to Identify and Grow High Potentials: A CEO’s Perspective with Proven Results
Getting the Right People in the Hi-Po Pool
Wherefore Art Thou All Our Women High-Potentials?
Are Your HiPos Overrated?
Executive Roundtable
In First Person
Linking Theory + Practice
Insight into Action
Leadership Insights
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - From The Executive Editor
People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - From The Guest Editors
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - Wherefore Art Thou All Our Women High-Potentials?
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - Are Your HiPos Overrated?
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - In First Person
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - Linking Theory + Practice
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - Insight into Action
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People & Strategy Winter 2018 Vol. 41 No. 1 - Leadership Insights
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