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Star performers – individuals who create exceptional value for their organizations – can be found across industries, occupations, and job titles. What’s consistent across all-stars is that, as individual contributors, they are the best of the best. What’s less consistent is how stars create such immense value, and how they impact the work of those around them. While on one hand stars can share expert knowledge and attract positive visibility to the work of their peers, stars can also hog resources and limit opportunities for other employees to shine.
In this webcast, Rebecca Kehoe and Brad Bell of the Cornell Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS) share insights on when and how stars are likely to offer the greatest benefits, when their behavior may have (sometimes unintended) undesirable consequences, and what all of this means for the organizations employing them.