Do you have what it takes to be a leader?
Could you spot a future leader in a crowd? Or understand just what an emerging leader needs to work on before they can move up the leadership ladder?
Research from Hudson points a way to doing exactly that.
Based on BAQ psychological data, the research compares ‘emerging leaders’ – those who have been identified as having leadership potential – with both CEOs and a general pool of professionals. It then reveals the ways in which managers and employers can both recognise those with leadership potential and help coach them to become their best.
All percentages and statistics in this infographic are sourced from the data for 2013 and 2014 relating to Identifying Tomorrow's Leaders Today: Determining The Differences That Matter. Percentages have been rounded to one decimal place for statistical accuracy
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