I started the Leadership Pulse process in 2003, and for the first time since then the overall confidence index is up.
Confidence in the leadership team is up by .12 points (for core respondent group; it is on the rise for the overall group too by .06 points)
Confidence that they have the right people and skills is up by .26 points.
Confidence that they can execute on vision is up by .14 points.
Confidence that firms can change as needed also is up - by .21 points.
Confidence in the economy, however, is down by .31 points.
One other question was down (other than economy), and that is confidence in leaders' own personal skills - down by .03 points.
What do you think?
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