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Last week the Melbourne-based Centre for Workplace Leadership launched the Study of Australian Leadership, the largest ever survey of of its kind in Australia.
The Study looked at the state of leadership and management across the economy. And although it has crucial, nationwide implications it received scant attention probably because the focus right now is firmly on the Federal Election.
Almost 8,000 people in 2,703 organisations and 2,561 workplaces took part in five surveys including CEOs, HR specialists, mid-level managers, front line leaders and employees. It is the first major review of Australian leadership and management since the landmark Karpin Report in 1995.
The results from the largest ever leadership study in Australia have just been released. The Study of Australian Leadership (SAL) was conducted by Melbourne University and funded by the Federal Government. SAL surveyed 8000 individuals across 2500 workplaces. It involved senior leadership (CEOs), as well as frontline leaders and employees.