This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center Dr. Moonhee Cho, Dr. Sifan Xu, and Dr. Brandon Boatwright researched the factors associated with CEO advocacy and how these factors influence the sense of belonging amongst employees. CEO advocacy occurs when an organization’s top executive embraces or participates in political and social issues. An … Continue reading How CEO Sociopolitical Advocacy Impacts Employees
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PwC examined how CEOs feel about the future of business in the 26th Annual Global CEO Survey. A survey of 4,410 CEOs in 105 countries and territories was conducted from October – November of 2022. A series of in-depth interviews with CEOs were also conducted. Key findings include: 1.) Nearly 40% of CEOs across all … Continue reading Winning Today’s Race While Running Tomorrow’s
Korn Ferry explored how corporate leaders in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) have evolved during the COVID-19 crisis. Interviews were conducted with over 70 CEOs from across the APAC region from Sept. 2021 – July 2022. Key Findings:1.) The most common themes from the conversations with CEOs were about:— Making bold decisions quickly— Communicating more often and … Continue reading How COVID-19 Changed Leadership in Asia-Pacific
This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by HarrisX and Ragan Communications HarrisX and Ragan Communications examined how CEOs and communication leaders view each other’s roles and responsibilities, what they value most, and when they believe responses to public policy issues are necessary. An online survey of 182 CEOs and 178 … Continue reading Do CEOs and CCOs Agree on What Matters?
This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Dr. Josef Scheuerlein and Dr. Helena Chladkova analyzed letters from CEOs of major U.S. companies to shareholders during the 2008-2009 financial crisis. A content analysis of 594 letters from 104 CEOs to shareholders between 2006 and 2011 was conducted. Key findings include: The use … Continue reading An Analysis of Leadership Letters to Shareholders During the 2008 Financial Crisis
Companies show a strong and growing interest in the engagement of their employees, since having engaged employees is crucial for competitive advantage. However, several studies indicate that the average level of employee engagement is not so satisfying. For this reason, the Centre for Employee Relations & Communication (CERC) at IULM University carried out a research … Continue reading Five Insights that Each CEO Must Know about Employee Engagement