Energy of Business Leaders Rises, But Productivity Declines
The energy of business leadership -- their ability to do work--is on the rise. While this might sound like good news, the fact that too many business leaders are working above or below their optimum energy level actually translates to a loss of productivity all around. Theresa Welbourne, an affiliated researcher at the Center for Effective Organizations (CEO) at the USC Marshall School of Business, explained this unexpected finding in her latest research.
The quarterly Leadership Pulse research found an overwhelming 82 percent of business leaders are not working at their best energy level -- where they maximize productivity, meet challenges head on and look for opportunities to accomplish more.
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