The Leadership Potential Equation System (tm) Reduces Hiring Mistakes, Putting Lost Money Back on Your Bottom Line

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"Most organizations have had the experience of hiring or promoting someone who looked and sounded good during the interview only to find that a "different" person showed up for work on Monday," said Dr. Dick Thompson, PhD, Creator of the Leadership Potential Equation System (tm).

Choosing the right leader at any Level in an organization is difficult. Numerous articles, books, websites and consulting companies claim to have the secret. Yet, the real world abounds with examples of the Peter Principle - Leaders assigned to Roles beyond their capabilities.

The Leadership Potential Equation System (tm) uses a proven scientific model to select the right leader for the job. This system differs from other methods by assessing current leadership potential as well as potential for growth across time. High Performing Systems has refined this system over the past 21 years, saving clients hundreds of thousands of dollars annually on hiring and promotion mistakes.

Dick Thompson, PhD, is President and CEO of High Performing Systems, Inc. (HPS), a management consulting and training firm near Athens, Georgia. Over the past 35 years, Dr. Thompson has gained valuable experience leading and building high performing teams---from the battlefield (Vietnam Veteran) to the Boardroom. He has published numerous books, articles and training manuals on leadership, teams and assessments.

HPS provides enterprise-wide leadership solutions such as leader selection and development, retention, succession planning, executive team development and strategic planning. State-of-the-art assessments that focus on leadership, cognitive complexity, personality, emotional intelligence, interaction styles and teamwork provide the often hidden information critical to making the right hiring and promotion decisions. For more information visit


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