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Hong Kong employers don't formally assess leadership

Computerworld Hong Kong staff | July 9, 2013
A survey of Hudson shows that 61.2% of Hong Kong employers don't formally assess leadership, the highest percentage in Asia Pacific, said the recruitment agency Hudson recently.

"Once leadership capability gaps are established, organizations can bridge these via effective, multidimensional leadership programs and strategies, which have a heavy focus on action-based learning," said Pownall. "Hudson also recommends support from coaches who promote self-awareness and behavioral change, and mentors who can provide advice and act as a sounding board."

"Leaders with a clear vision, who collaborate and communicate with their teams can maximize opportunities in these uncertain economic times," he noted.

 

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