Research Projects - World Leadership Survey
What keeps leaders across the globe up at night? What issues are most important to their business? CCL is currently conducting a groundbreaking World Leadership Survey with leaders like yourself from around the globe participating.
This survey provides information on trends in leadership wherever it happens, as well as issues that leaders have to deal with every day such as what employees want in their leaders, trust and ethics in effective organizations, employee engagement and retention, generational differences, and attitudes about work. The survey is administered online in 15 different languages and will provide greater insight and a more personal perspective on leadership practices from every corner of the world.
It will take about 20 minutes. To thank you for helping us, you will receive a free CCL Guidebook when you finish the survey. Thank you for helping us gather knowledge you can put to work!
Click here to participate in the survey: https://surveys.clearpicture.com/ccl/
QuickView Leadership Series
- Focus on Africa: Employee Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility
Special report on attitudes about corporate social responsibility among African employees. (PDF, 2.6 MB)
- Focus on Africa: Workplace Attitudes
Special report on workplace attitudes among African employees. (PDF, 3.6 MB)
- Annual Report on Workplace Attitudes
Despite everything that has been going on in the economy, executives, managers, and professional employees are pretty positive, but there are warning signs about the future. (PDF, 2.2 MB)
- Building Trust in the Workplace: A Key to Retaining Women
What organizations need to know about trust today, and how to improve it. (PDF, 1.2 MB)
- Employee Engagement: Has It Been a Bull Market?
How the economy has affected employee engagement, and what organizations need to worry about now. (PDF, 1.4 MB)
- Employee Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility
How employee perceptions of corporate social responsibility really affect employee loyalty. (PDF, 3.3 MB)