Unfortunately, many organizations don’t feel they have enough high-potential successors to replace employees in key positions — and high-potential employees are viable to an organization’s success in the long term. “High potentials consistently and significantly outperform their peer groups in a variety of settings and circumstances,” is how Harvard Business Review defines high-potential employees. In fact, research asserts that high-potential employees are 91% more valuable than their non-high-potential counterparts. This extremely valuable employee group will grow into the future leaders, executives, and contributors of your organization. The obstacle, however, is that high-potential employees do not have a big red arrow pointing to them and indicating that they may be your future leaders.