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2014 Leadership Survey Results

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2014 Leadership Survey Results

  1. 1. HOW ARE YOUR LEADERS DOING? Highlights of the July 2014 InsideOut Development Survey We asked learning and development professionals and people managers to rate the eectiveness of their organization’s leaders. Here’s what they said. Leaders in my organization successfully drive strategy. What’s Working? STRONGLY AGREE 11% AGREE 33% 19% 52% 4% 25% 31% 15% STRONGLY AGREE 25% AGREE Where Are Leaders Getting Stuck? 16% 5% 3% Leaders in my organization eectively communicate their leadership vision. 41% say that leaders do not listen to feedback from all levels of the organization. 1% NOT SURE 35% SOMEWHAT AGREE 8% STRONGLY AGREE 31% ACCURATE 69% NOT ACCURATE What Could Your Organization Do Dierently? 44% 0% 56% 48% of respondents indicated that leaders in their organization were unwilling to be coached. 15% 15% 33% WILLING VERY WILLING 0% NOT SURE UNWILLING insideoutdev.com | 1.888.262.2448 This survey was conducted online in the July issue of the InsideOut Development newsletter among 75 training and development professionals and people leaders. I can relate to the leaders in my organization. 41% 37% DISAGREE 19% AGREE 37% SOMEWHAT WILLING Resources: 2014 InsideOut Development Leadership Survey Creative Commons – Attribution (CC BY 3.0) Check Mark by Olyn LeRoy from The Noun Project; Plant by Ashley van Dyck from The Noun Project; Increase by Attilio Baghino from The Noun Project; Delete by José Campos from The Noun Project; Scale by Murali Krishna from The Noun Project; Plant by Cassie McKown from The Noun Project; Rook by jon trillana from The Noun Project; Flow Chart by Juan Pablo Bravo from The Noun Project; Collaboration by Alex Kwa from The Noun Project; Icon by Zlatko Najdenovski from The Noun Project Agree or Strongly Agree that they can successfully work with leaders in their organization. My organization does a good job of developing high potential employees. SOMEWHAT AGREE 36% NOT SURE 1% DISAGREE 19% 36% 33% 11% 1% NOT SURE DISAGREE SOMEWHAT AGREE DISAGREE SOMEWHAT AGREE AGREE STRONGLY AGREE NOT SURE 35% Only 31% of respondents say that the decisions made by leaders in their organization were accurate. Does your organization currently enlist internal or external executive coaches to support leadership development? of respondents indicated that leaders in their organization are willing or very willing to be coached. Contact us today to learn how our training programs, consulting services, and coaching solutions can elevate the performance of leaders in your organization.

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