Insufficient development support, a workforce that doesn’t know what it wants, and a lack of transparency around mental health have created an extremely complicated and challenging environment for leaders.
Right Management surveyed more than 1,700 business leaders to find out how they’re faring and where they could benefit from additional support.
The research revealed that the vast majority of leaders are struggling to find a sense of self-belief in their abilities despite having years of professional experience under their belts.
“The world of work is constantly evolving, and many of the skills that were of value 5 years ago have changed – and will likely change again in another 5 years. Leaders have to remain agile and adaptable to these changes, but it’s only through understanding where their development needs lie and having access to the necessary support that leaders can future-proof themselves for long-term, sustainable success,” says Right Management’s Leadership Solutions Director Jacques Quinio.
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