July '10 Leadership Pulse Survey Results
Theresa Welbourne, CEO Research Professor, released the latest results from her ongoing Leadership Pulse surveys.
With this latest survey, Welbourne received responses from 677 executives. Theresa is finding that internal organizational confidence is "declining due to strategy not being executed, leaders and employees lacking clear direction and overall, low morale from low or excessively high personal energy levels at work. Survey comments also indicate a lack of capital for execution having a negative effect on confidence as well as leaders feeling beat up from struggling through economic conditions over the last few years."
Compared to last year's survey data from 667 respondents, this year, the percent of people reporting they are confident:
- In the economic climate increased from 40% to 55%;
- In their leadership teams overall decreased from 82% to 72%;
- That their firms have the right people and skills decreased from 73% to 64%;
- Their organizations have the ability to execute on vision decreased from 73% to 64%;
- Their firms have the ability to change as needed decreased from 60% to 55%;
- Their own personal leadership and management skills decreased from 91% to 88%
- In the organization's strategy making process decreased from 63% to 54%.
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