“From the Ground Floor to the Corner Office” a new survey by GE, looked at 250 C-suite leaders and 400 entry-level employees across the United States, and found that 95% of the C-suite and 81% of entry-level respondents believe it is important that a “leadership mindset” is communicated to all staff. Fortunately for most companies, 72% of respondents believe their organizations have this mindset clearly defined.

The purpose of the survey is to explore mindsets that companies foster to help them achieve their business goals. This mindset includes characteristics and priorities that guide expectations on how everyone in the organization can approach their work to develop as strong leaders, be more efficient, and help enable the long-term success of the company.

“The workplace revolution is reshaping how employees develop as leaders, just as it has reinvented where they work and how they work,” said Linda Boff, chief marketing officer and VP, learning and culture and president, GE Foundation. “In today’s rapidly changing business environment, entry-level employees value a clear vision and authentic communications from the C-suite, creating an opportunity to further inspire and empower the next generation of leaders.”

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