Differing views on success

Research recently published by the Chartered Institute of Management (CMI) suggests UK managers believe there is a discrepancy between how individuals and their organisations judge success.

For example, managers achieve personal success by making an impact at work and developing their colleagues, but think their organisations are more focused on market leadership and profit margins.

The research is said to highlight a worryingly large gap between how individuals define success and how they believe their employees measure achievement with market share and long-term growth thought to be of higher priority than employee welfare.

For more details see a press release by the CMI here.

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